Veteran & Community Impact Hub Signs Space in Baltimore
Reveille Grounds, a nonprofit focused on supporting active military, veterans, and their communities, has signed a lease for 6,772 square feet of space at Gaslight Square in Baltimore City.
Founded by Marine spouse Katie Kilby, Reveille Grounds aims to provide a dedicated space for support, resources, and collaboration. The Veteran & Community Impact Hub will feature co-working space, a small coffee shop, and regular events such as breakfasts, happy hours, and talent showcases.
Located at 1401 Severn Street, Gaslight Square was acquired by Ian Horowitz and Dan Mathe in 2021. The site has undergone renovations and improvements to create an attractive environment. Gaslight Square’s proximity to downtown Baltimore and its connection to public service personnel make it an ideal location. Lee & Associates handled the lease and property management for Gaslight Square.
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