Media Coverage

Take a Look Inside $14M Redo of Thurgood Marshall's School in Upton

April 10, 2024

PS 103—the West Baltimore school that Thurgood Marshall, the first Black Supreme Court Justice, attended as a boy—has been reborn.

As the Baltimore Business Journal noted, the 1877 building was heavily damaged in a fire and languished as a "decayed" and "nearly destroyed" structure. Now, after a $14 million renovation, it has been substantively rehabilitated by nonprofit Beloved Community Services Corp. and will be home to several community service organizations, including the Justice Thurgood Marshall Amenity Center.

Jon M. Laria, Molly R. Bryson, Mary Grace Folwell, Alyssa Domzal, and Eunice Ahaghotu were among the Ballard Spahr team members who represented Beloved Community Services Corp. in the matter. All are members of the firm's Real Estate Department. Mss. Bryson and Folwell are members of its Affordable Housing and Community Development Group and Mr. Laria and Mss. Domzal and Ahaghotu are members of the firm's Real Estate Development and Transactions Group and Baltimore office.

Read the full article here. (Subscription may be required.)

Subscribe to Ballard Spahr Mailing Lists

Get the latest significant legal alerts, news, webinars, and insights that affect your industry.