Endangered Maryland is now Six-to-Fix
In 2015, Preservation Maryland enhanced their long-standing Endangered Maryland project into Six-to-Fix, an innovative new program that will design new futures for threatened historic buildings across Maryland.
Maryland’s Six-to-Fix is an innovative new program designed to help save threatened resources statewide. Rather than creating lists of threatened buildings, we’re doing something about it:
As Preservation Maryland commits unprecedented financial support, staff resources, and advocacy to the Six-to-Fix sites – we need your support. There are many ways to make a difference:
- 500 Block of Race Street, Dorchester County
- Ceres Bethel AME Church, Frederick County
- Glenn Dale Tuberculosis Hospital, Prince George’s County
- Maryland Historical National Road, Regional
- Morris A. Mechanic Theater, Baltimore County
- Mt. Pleasant, Washington County
- Nelson Homestead, Somerset County
- Valve House in Clifton Park, Baltimore City
- Hyattsville Library, Prince George’s County
- Birely Tannery, City of Frederick
Endangered Maryland operated from 2007-2014; download a current status chart (PDF).