Governor Hogan Pledges $500,000 for Rash Field Park

Governor Larry Hogan today committed $500,000 in Fiscal Year 2021 towards the construction of Rash Field Park as part of his FY 21 State Capital Budget. We are grateful to Governor Hogan and the State of Maryland for investing in Rash Field Park. To date, the State has invested $4.7 million towards Phase I and Phase II of park construction, …

Waterfront Partnership Breaks Ground on Rash Field Park

(BALTIMORE) – Waterfront Partnership, joined by Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, officials from the City of Baltimore, Maryland State Delegates from the 46th district, community and project partners, and students from Francis Scott Key Elementary School, held a ceremonial groundbreaking today on Phase I of the future Rash Field Park. The new world-class urban waterfront park will replace the underutilized …

Rash Field Park Project Wins Community Legacy Award

We’re excited to be a recipient of a Community Legacy award from the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development! This award helps us realize the dream to build Rash Field Park, a 7 1/2 acre public park along the south shore of the Inner Harbor. Considered one of the state’s most flexible revitalization programs, Community Legacy awarded $6 million …

Rash Field Park Clears Key Hurdle

It’s Official: Rash Field Park clears key hurdle for January groundbreaking This morning, the City approved an innovative public-private partnership, handing us the keys to build Rash Field Park.  Waterfront Partnership, with city, state and private money, will lead construction and we’ve hired Whiting-Turner to be our construction manager and general contractor.  The completed park will feature a nature park, …

Exciting News for Rash Field

We’re excited to share some exciting news! Last week, the Maryland General Assembly approved $1 million in bond bill funding to support Rash Field Park. Thanks to the leadership of the 46th District Delegation – Senator Bill Ferguson, Delegates Brooke Lierman, Luke Clippinger and Robbyn Lewis – and Delegate Maggie McIntosh for making this possible. This funding combined with commitments …

We’re Bringing Rash Field to Life

Our vision for Rash Field Park is moving ever closer to reality. Last Thursday, our team presented our plans for a safe, central park for all of Baltimore to the city’s architectural advisory panel. This meeting marks another important milestone in the life of the project. We are excited to announce that by next fall, we will break ground on …