Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services to Host Series of Community Conversations on City’s Permanent Supportive Housing Plan

Informational Graphic: MOHS Community Engagement Sessions

The City of Baltimore is set to acquire two hotels in Downtown Baltimore, the Sleep Inn and Suites and the Holiday Inn Express, in alignment with plans to create additional permanent supportive housing units to support those at risk of or experiencing homelessness in Baltimore City. 

The Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services (MOHS), in collaboration with the Baltimore City Department of Real Estate, has arranged a series of community engagement sessions to increase transparency and community participation as the City seeks a non-profit organization to convert these facilities to permanent supportive housing (PSH) units with services such as medical, mental health and workforce development support. Developers, service providers, and community members are all encouraged to participate as we review broad-based goals, address questions, and launch the solicitation process to identify potential applicants to re-develop and operate future acquired sites. 

Please complete the online registration for one or more community engagement sessions. For questions or additional information, contact Edwin Peart at

Jessica Dortch
Public Information Officer
(410) 746-7933

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