History at Risk

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  2. With the fate of the Broadway Markets in limbo, Dee digs up older background on the area, including original footage from the 2007 demolition of historic buildings in preparation for building the Marketplace project. And Frank finally offers to help!

    History at Risk is a web series/documentary detailing the more unconventional parts of American history. Through animation and interviews with both experts and locals, the series has garnered thousands of views on YouTube and Vimeo. In its fifth season, History at Risk focuses on the Broadway Markets in Fell’s Point.

    History at Risk is a community service of Tonal Vision. Visit historyatrisk.com for more episodes.

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  3. On December 1, 2016, Baltimore City issued an RFP (Request for Proposals) for the lease or purchase and redevelopment of the Broadway Market properties. Only one proposal was submitted, and many in the community disliked it. So, now what happens?

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  4. The Marketplace at Fell's Point real estate development was the inspiration for this season of History at Risk. Beginning in 2006, Dave Holmes and Dan Winner planned to redevelop the blocks around the North Market and restore the Market's iconic 2nd floor. Inspired by the vision of the Market restoration, the community supported them enthusiastically. The project was almost derailed by the 2008 recession, but eventually all of it was completed -- except the renovation of the Market itself.

    History at Risk is a web series/documentary detailing the more unconventional parts of American history. Through animation and interviews with both experts and locals, the series has garnered thousands of views. In its fifth season, History at Risk focuses on the Broadway Markets in Fell’s Point.

    History at Risk is a community service of Tonal Vision. Visit historyatrisk.com for more episodes.

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  5. In this fourth episode of History at Risk Season 5, Dee, our new host, Dee learns some of the causes of the Broadway Markets' current problems. Several fires damaged the North Market in the 1960's, destroying its brick 2nd floor and the shed building behind it. Then a group of Florida investors brought up many of the nearby businesses, planning to tear them down, then let them sit and decay for a decade when the Urban Renewal Plan prevented their demolition.

    History at Risk is a web series/documentary detailing the more unconventional parts of American history. Through animation and interviews with both experts and locals, the series has garnered thousands of views. In its fifth season, History at Risk focuses on the Broadway Markets in Fell’s Point.

    History at Risk is a community service of Tonal Vision. Visit historyatrisk.com for more episodes.

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History at Risk

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"History at Risk" is Tonal Vision's web series documentary, which has garnered thousands of views on Vimeo and YouTube. Now in its fifth season, History at Risk is focusing on the Broadway Markets in Baltimore, covering their rise, importance, decline,…


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"History at Risk" is Tonal Vision's web series documentary, which has garnered thousands of views on Vimeo and YouTube. Now in its fifth season, History at Risk is focusing on the Broadway Markets in Baltimore, covering their rise, importance, decline, and uncertain future. They were in the 1780’s, but today only one of the two buildings is open and the other sits empty.

For more information on History at Risk visit our web page: historyatrisk.com

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