Spanning all nine blocks of Auchentoroly Terrace along Druid Hill Park, the Auchentoroly Terrace Banners project a positive local image while encouraging people to slow down and walk the historic district. Graham Projects worked closely with the New Auchentoroly Terrace Association (ATA) and the Baltimore City Department of Transportation on designing, raising money for, printing, and permitting the banners for installation. The banners were funded by a Baltimore City BMORE Beautiful “Love Your Block” grant, and donations from numerous local residents and businesses. Resonating with the local architecture, the banners feature the Graham Projects designed ATA neighborhood logo inspired by ornate Dutch end gable decorations atop the adjacent rowhomes. Each banner also features the Graham Projects designed ATA website where residents and visitors can learn more about the green space, transportation, shopping, and home buying amenities of our fantastic neighborhood. The banners were designed by local resident, public artist, and Graham Projects Principal Graham Coreil-Allen. Through these banners, ATA seeks to improve the quality of life for existing and future residents of all income levels and backgrounds by promoting Auchentoroly Terrace as a historic, inclusive, and positive place place to live.
Special thanks to the ATA Street Pole Banners Project supporters:
Baltimore City BMORE Beautiful Program, Baltimore City Department of Transportation, OSI-Baltimore, Graham Projects LLC, Ms. Barbara Anderson-Dandy & Gene Dandy, Patrizio Caturegli, Donna Cypress, Herbert Garrett, Anne & Felipe Goncalves, Dr. Daniel Hindman, Donna Lucas, Meadow Development Group, Inc., Dan Midvidy,, Joseph Smith, and Dale Terrill.