• Research with Gehl Institute Yields Powerful Insights

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    Research with Gehl Institute Yields Powerful Insights

    During Summer 2017, NDC was selected to participate in the Gehl Institute’s Open Call: Proposals for Public Life. We spent the summer delving into the research to explore the question, “How does programming impact social mixing in Baltimore’s public spaces?” Take a deeper dive into the important insights from our research with the Gehl Institute.  Data (and poetry) […]

  • Duncan St. Miracle Garden’s New Mural

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    Duncan St. Miracle Garden’s New Mural

    Manager of the Garden Honored by Artist Gaia The Duncan St. Miracle Garden has been in operation since 1988, dishing out delicious, locally grown fruits and vegetables to the Broadway East community for two decades. Lewis Sharpe has been there since the start. He is the man who has kept the garden going all these […]

  • Darley Park Mural Completed

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    Darley Park Mural Completed

    Gateway Park Brightened by Community Art The Darley Park neighborhood has been working for years now to create a public space on the corner of Harford Road and Normal Avenue. Originally a vacant dirt lot, this neighborhood gateway park has become a multi-generational, multi-use, gathering place through the hard work of the community and partnering organizations. […]

  • Clean Up Green Up Recap

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    Clean Up Green Up Recap

    Clean Up Green Up 2017 went by in a flash! Across Prince George’s County, 4,281 plants were installed on October 28. 132 groups participated in the program and NDC’s design team worked with 50! Our team of experienced designers, Marita Roos, Rachel McNamara, and Laura Kendrick made it look easy.   Before the team got […]

  • Reuse Art Park Project

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    Reuse Art Park Project

      Community Forklift, an iconic Port Towns institution focused on disrupting the building materials waste stream, has a vision to turn their overflow parking lot into a one-of-a-kind community asset. Three years ago, NDC partnered to provide with initial site concepts in the form of a master plan, and since then, the Forklift team has […]

  • Reverberations — Roots and Relevance of Community Design

    This year’s event will facilitate conversation about strategies to dismantle systemic conditions that give rise to inequality. Through critical analysis, reflection, and dialogue, we’ll deepen our understanding of and influence on the intersection …

‘NDC is without a doubt one of our most prized partners. Their unique set of services cannot be secured anywhere else, at any cost.’
-Margaret Morgan Hubbard, Eco-City Farm

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Reverberations – Roots and Relevance of Community Design

When: June 8-9 2018

Where: Station North Arts and Entertainment District

This year’s event will facilitate conversation about strategies to dismantle systemic conditions that give rise to inequality.

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Founded in 1968, the Neighborhood Design Center is a nonprofit organization that facilitates the development of healthy, equitable neighborhoods through community-engaged design and planning services. By providing the tools, expertise, and partnerships necessary to realize neighborhood visions, we support broad participation in the evolution of the built environment.