The Hollins Roundhouse neighborhood also referred to as “Hollins Market” is a small and vibrant community located one block west of Downtown Baltimore, and less than one mile west of the Inner Harbor. The neighborhood is mostly residential, with commercial areas along West Baltimore Street and surrounding the Hollins Market building.
The Hollins-Roundhouse neighborhood association meets on the second Monday of every month at 7 p.m. in the University of Maryland BioPark at 801 W. Baltimore St. The meetings are open to all, but voting privileges are only granted to paying members ($5/year) who have attended at least two meetings that year. To sign up for e-mail updates on the community, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hollins-Roundhouse board meets on the first Monday of every month at 7 p.m. Board meetings are also open to the public (e-mail email@example.com for meeting location).
A great way to get involved in the community and meet your neighbors is to join one of our various committees. These include:
- Governance Committee
- Education Committee (James McHenry Elementary Middle School Partnership)
- Finance Committee
- ACE Committee
- Youth Committee
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for more details, or come to one of the monthly association meetings to find out more.
Markets & Parks
Stores & Parks in the Hollins Roundhouse area
Hollins Market Businesses: 26 S Arlington (all market stores)
Hours: 7:00am- 6:00pm (closed Sunday)
Types of Stores: restaurants, technology, deli, grocery
Chuckie’s Fried Chicken
Lawman’s Quality Meats
Bernie’s Meats & Deli
Hours: Dawn to Dusk
Schroeder & Lombard Park: W Lombard and S Schroeder St.
B & O Museum Park: W Pratt St.
Carlton Park: S Carlton St.
- Little Lithuania