You can barely even get to this house to take a photo, never mind actually take the photo — note the X sign, indicating the home is not structurally sound.

Property Address:  3836 Reisterstown Road, Baltimore, MD 21215

Property Owner:  Prime Time Holdings, LLC, 6999 Fallstaff Road, Unit C, Baltimore, MD 21215 (Company is not in good standing, charter has been forfeited)

Resident Agent for Prime Time Holdings, LLC:  Avrum Kowalsky, 609 S Atwood Road, Suite 210, Bel Air, MD 21014.

Mr. Kowalsky is the resident agent for several forfeited/dissolved LLCs, and was sanctioned by the Attorney Grievance Commission in 2012.

City Council District and Contact:  District 6, Sharon Green Middleton

State Senator:  Catherine Pugh

State Delegates:  Barbara RobinsonShawn TarrantFrank Conaway, Jr.

3836 Reisterstown Road
3836 Reisterstown Road


4 thoughts to “3836 Reisterstown Road

  • liv

    lets take matters into our own hands – squat and fix up these buildings so we can live in them!

    • Baltimore Slumlord Watch

      I’m honestly surprised nobody’s done this already.

      • Leben unglaublich (@Rhiannon_Rising)

        I think that if things get desperate enough, people will start doing this. I mean, you can only look at the same vacant for so long before you’re tempted to take things into your own hands!

        • Baltimore Slumlord Watch

          I think in other cities, it would have already been done. New York, for example… Many of the warehouse buildings that were built in the late 19th century were abandoned. Artists took them over and now they’re multi-million-dollar condo buildings. I’ve always wanted one of those tall buildings on Howard Street…office/studio downstairs, living above.

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