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The Rochambeau

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Identification

The Rochambeau
236385

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Structure in General

low-rise building
demolished [destroyed]
brick
applied masonry
orange
renaissance revival

Usages

rental apartments

Facts

  • The Rochambeau was named for French Commander Jean B. de Rochambeau, whose troops camped on this site during the American Revolution.
  • Purchased in 2002 by The Baltimore Basilica, located directly to the south, the Rochambeau was demolished in September 2006.
  • The archdiocese intends to transform the building's lot into a prayer garden.
  • The battle to demolish the building was protracted for four years, pitting the Archdiocese of Baltimore against virtually every historic preservation organization in the city and state.

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Location

1 West Franklin Street
414-424 North Charles Street
1 West Franklin Street
21201
Downtown
Baltimore
Maryland
U.S.A.

Technical Data

90.14 ft
7
1905
2006

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