This week we welcome back Charles Duff to continue sharing about Jubilee Baltimore.  Charles is a planner, teacher, developer, and historian.  Since 1987, as President of Jubilee Baltimore, he has led the revival of several dozen Baltimore neighborhoods and built or rebuilt more than 300 buildings. Known as an expert in historic architecture and urban history, he has also pioneered in the development of residential and commercial buildings for artists and arts organizations.


A graduate of Amherst College and Harvard University, he studied at St. Andrews University in Scotland and has walked every city and neighborhood to which he refers. He is a past President of the Baltimore Architecture Foundation and has served on the boards of many community and professional organizations. He lectures widely and has taught at Johns Hopkins and Morgan State Universities.  He is the author of The North Atlantic Cities published last year.  Like few other authors he focuses on the role of the row house in these cities. He will talk to us about our Baltimore neighborhoods such as the Mt. Vernon area.

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