Atlas Urban Development, LLC is a certified minority owned (MBE) & Women Owned (WBE) company. We are a team of experienced developers, general contractors, architects and consultants committed to the revitalization, design and transformation of urban communities. We are engaged in projects that include, commercial development, industrial conversion and build-out, new residential construction & full renovation of row-homes. Project sizes range from $1M to $100M+ projects.
Atlas is a Baltimore based company that can manage all the phases any size project from site design and pre-construction and occupancy approval. The owners are both licensed MHIC and the firm is a registered Maryland Commercial/New Construction company.
Baltimore East Side Development
Block stabilization; general management of renovation of city properties in McElderry Park and Highlandtown neighborhoods. Block stabilization program; Responsible for all major project phases, including property acquisition, securing financing, permitting, construction/renovation, inspections/leasing.
New Orleans Partnership (NOP) Development
Assisted NOP President and development team during start-up phase of development project (development of financing/tax structure, community engagement, public investment); team member for major economic development pilot initiative, Louisiana Initiative for Tomorrow (LIFT New Orleans); team member focusing on legal work/strategic planning associated with 4 Frenchman’s Hope Development, a mixed use affordable residential project located in New Orleans’ 7th Ward Improvement Zone.
Midtown Development Atlas is engaged in the renovation and preservation of historic properties in the Bolton Hill and Station North/Arts District communities.
Southwest Baltimore – Union Square/Hollins Market Redevelopment Project Atlas selected as one of a short list firms to develop designated blocks that include residential and mixed-use properties in Southwest Partnership’s neighborhoods. The firm is responsible for all major project phases, including marketing/feasibility analysis, property acquisition, securing financing/investment, community engagement, site plan development, permitting, construction/renovation oversight, inspections, sales/leasing.
Promise Heights Initiative/Upton-Druid Heights Redevelopment Project
(University of Maryland School of Social Work) Researcher specializing in the study and development of evidence-informed practices for comprehensive community development to support residents from birth through early adulthood. Upton-Druid Heights in Baltimore, is one of 10 federally supported Promise communities in the country. Comprehensive community development includes the Upton-Druid Heights.