It is fitting that Miller’s Court – one of the great tin can manufacturers from which commerce and communities sprung at the end of the nineteenth century – be reborn into a center that attracts individuals and organizations that work to strengthen those communities today.
Preserving history. And making our own.
Erected between 1890 and 1910, Miller’s Court was once home to the inventor of the seamless tin box, the H.F. Miller and Son Tin Box and Can Manufacturing Plant. Considered state of the art, the facility was known for its innovative use of modern machinery. Redeveloped under the latest green design and building methods, the historic building has found new purpose—providing elegant, affordable living and commercial space and a vibrant, supportive environment where our educators and nonprofits can collaborate and thrive.
Honors and Awards
A LEED Gold Certified Property
- President Obama’s Champion of Change Award – 2011
- Novogradac – Real Estate Investment of the Year – 2011
- United State Environmental Protection Agency – National Award for Smart Growth Achievement – 2010
- Urban Land Institute – Jack Kemp Models of Excellence in Workforce Housing Award – 2010
- Council of State Community Development Agencies – Presidential Award for Innovation – 2010
- Baltimore Heritage – Preservation Partnership Award – 2010
- Urban Land Institute – Wavemaker Award – 2009
- NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association – Best Historical Renovation – 2010
- NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association – Community Impact Award – 2010
- Baltimore Business Journal – Heavy Hitters, Best Residential Development 2010
- Maryland Chapter – US Green Building Council – Special Recognition Award – 2010
- American Institute of Architects, Residential Knowledge Community – Green Housing Award – 2009
Residences at Miller’s Court
Miller’s Court features 40 exceptional one, two, and three bedroom apartment units discounted for teachers in Baltimore.Learn more »
A Nonprofit Community
Over 30,000 square feet of office space for nonprofit organizations underpinning Baltimore’s education, human service and health needs.
An Urban Oasis
A charming center courtyard serves as an urban oasis and green space where ideas are shared and collaboration takes place.
A Vibrant Neighborhood
Nestled in Charles Village and blocks from Johns Hopkins University, this bustling urban setting is invigorating, and convenient to so many of the destinations that are important to you—personally and professionally.Learn more »