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Development with a mission? Possible

Seawall Development Co. in Baltimore turns vacant properties into low rent housing options for teachers and office space for nonprofits. 

According to an excerpt from the article: 

The $21 million Union Mill will fill up its office space next month when Fuel Fund of Maryland and Maryland Disability Law Center move in. Six Sewall employees also moved in this month. By April, Union Mill will also house Artifact Coffee, the latest venture from Woodberry Kitchen’s Spike and Amy Gjerde, employees who work for the restaurant owner. (See related story.) "Hundreds" are waiting to snag one of the below market rate apartments at Union Mill and Miller's Court, Constable says.

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