Coppin Heights/Ash-Co-East ZIP codes: 21216
The Greater Coppin Heights/Rosemont Community is an established working-class neighborhood featuring tree-lined streets and many brick porch-front rowhomes with garden areas. It is a predominantly residential community with commercial and industrial uses concentrated along its northern border, while public land uses (e.g., Coppin State University and Carver Vocational High School) are located on its northern and southeastern border. Coppin Heights was originally part of the Walbrook Community until 1989, when, for marketing purposes, the community was renamed Coppin Heights, officially assuming the boundaries of the Ash-Co-East-Neighborhood Association. In 2004, Coppin State University drafted the Greater Coppin Heights/Rosemont Revitalization Plan, which created a partnership between the Coppin Heights and Rosemont communities.
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