Perkins Somerset Oldtown Transformation with Bart Harvey, Beatty Development Group


Event details:

12:00pm EST on Wednesday, February 21, 2024
1:30pm EST on Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Noon - Lunch
12:30 p.m. - Presentation 

Redwood Exchange
233 E. Redwood Street
Baltimore , MD 21202 ,

Active Member and LAI Baltimore Board Member Hosted Special Guest - Free

Non-Member / Inactive Member - $35.00

This event is open to All LAI members globally and non-members.
Registration for this event has closed.

Please join Lambda Alpha International's Baltimore Chapter for our February Presentation
Perkins Homes and the Perkins Somerset Oldtown Transformation
Bart Harvey, Development Director 
Beatty Development Group

Please join LAI Baltimore and Bart Harvey, Development Director at Beatty Development Group, for a discussion on the firm’s redevelopment efforts at Perkins Homes in East Baltimore.
Originally built in 1942, Perkins Homes consisted of 629 public housing apartment units in more than 50 barracks-style buildings. These long-neglected existing structures have been demolished as part of the PSO (Perkins/Somerset/Oldtown) Transformation Plan, an ambitious master plan that will transform Perkins Homes into a vibrant, mixed use, and mixed income neighborhood of choice. The redevelopment area spans eight contiguous blocks, including the original public housing site and two adjacent parcels.

Bart Harvey, Development Director
Beatty Development Group


As the Development Director for Beatty Development Group, Bart Harvey manages the horizontal development associated with the Perkins Somerset Oldtown redevelopment on behalf of the Housing Authority of Baltimore City. This work includes the demolition of the existing 1940s-era structures, earthwork improvements, and infrastructure construction to support the vertical housing projects.

Prior to joining Beatty Development Group, Bart was the Vice President of Ballpark Operations for the Worcester Red Sox, the Triple-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox. In this capacity, he was responsible for overseeing the planning and development of a new outdoor 10,000-person ballpark, as well as running the operation of the facility for their inaugural season. 

Bart holds a Bachelor’s degree from Trinity College-Hartford.