125 North Hilton Street is the future home for public charter school Green Street Academy. The school opened its doors in 2010, admitting children in sixth and seventh grade. It continues to grow one grade each year through the 2015-2016 school year, when students will attend continuously from sixth through 12th grade. Green Street Academy embraces the green movement and the new career paths it will generate. Enrollment is increasing by leaps and bounds, necessitating relocation to a larger space. That space is a renovation of Gwynn Falls High, a Baltimore school built in 1925. 

The new location can accommodate an additional 425 students and is more convenient for children to get to school, be it through busses or walking. The approximately 8.75-acre property will include an outdoor classroom, chicken coop and rain garden. Also, there will be about 50,000 square feet of space allotted for science and technology.

Green Street Academy implements a stringent curriculum while taking a hands-on approach in preparing students for college and careers in the green workforce. In addition, the school incorporates the help of local energy companies, unions, green contractors and developers offering apprenticeships
and mentoring.


Green Street Academy


Seawall Development 


Hord Coplan Macht


Southway Builders


Bank of America, TRF and Abell Foundation

Title Insurance:

Stewart Title Commercial Services – Baltimore; Jack Kieley, Senior Vice President, Commercial Services Manager; Morgan C. Gilligan, Senior Business Development Officer; Brett Ruby, Underwriting Counsel; Mary Kessler-Bischoff, Commercial Closing Specialist