Callow House Additions
St. Francis Neighborhood Center
Location: Baltimore, MD
Client: St. Francis Neighborhood Center and
Episcopal Housing Corporation
Services: Architecture, Interior Design
Two Phases: $7,300,000
St. Francis Neighborhood Center is the oldest neighborhood center providing enrichment in all of Baltimore City. Their mission is committed to ending generational poverty through education, inspiring self-esteem, self-improvement, and strengthening connections to the community.
Housed in the Callow House, designed for Enoch Pratt Callow, by architect Charles Emmet Cassell in 1895. The completed home was occupied by the Callow family from 1896 through 1906. The house was then owned by the Abraham Eisenberg family who lived there until 1927. The Eisebbergs rented the house to Joseph A. Bank, a Baltimore clothier, who lived there until 1943.
The project restores the architecture of the house and as part of the expansion, an addition will be constructed at the rear of the house. When finished, the house will be used primarily for administrative offices and small programs and the addition will house classrooms, studios and program areas.