The revitalization project for Baltimore Penn Station is featured in Baltimore Magazine’s January Issue in the article, The Last Station: A Landmark is Reborn in the Birthplace of the American Railroad. Quinn Evans' architect and Penn Station project manager James Smith, AIA, and associate, discusses the current renovation of the landmark and its importance to US infrastructure.
It was very much meant to be a civic monument. Penn Station has had a rough life, many parts have been patched, repaired, and replaced over the years, but it remarkably retains its character.
-James Smith, AIA
Quinn Evans has renewed and restored dozens of rail stations throughout the US to preserve their history and integrity. The firm serves as Architect for the iconic Headhouse as part of the multidisciplinary development team, Penn Station Partners, which is being led by Beatty Development Group. Quinn Evans’ preservation expertise is guiding the rehabilitation of Penn Station through this long-awaited mixed-use redevelopment project that will transform the surrounding Station North community. Upon completion, the station will fuel the area with new opportunities to live, work, and play while embracing its rich heritage and history.
Read the full article in Baltimore Magazine.