Greyhound Project

Our future is bright — SquashWise is transforming the historic Greyhound bus terminal in downtown Baltimore into a youth and community squash center!

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Landmark Along Howard Street

Located at 601 N Howard St, the property served as a Greyhound bus terminal from 1941-1987 and was among the first large travel complexes along the east coast. The Greyhound building is now on the National Register of Historic Places and within the national- and state-recognized Market Center Historic District. SquashWise is honored to transform this iconic building into a youth and community squash center. Image courtesy of the Maryland Center for History and Culture, Hughes Studio Photograph Collection PP30. ​

A New Kind of Squash Community

The 6-court, 3-classroom facility will allow SquashWise to nearly quadruple the size of our youth programs and expand our community squash model to include sliding-scale memberships, youth and adult leagues, tournaments, and beginner clinics. We will bring people together through a shared love of squash and recreation in a central location that holds meaning for people locally and regionally.

Greyhound Terminal
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Sneak Peek Inside

The facility will include six squash courts (singles), a small fitness area, three classrooms for our middle school, high school and postsecondary participants, meeting and administrative space, accessibility to public transit, and convenient on-site parking. Construction will begin in June 2024 with an anticipated opening in mid-2025. Until then, check out the renderings below from our design team at PI.KL Studio!


Join SquashWise to create a new model of giving. Our capital campaign values teamwork, participation, effort and dollars equally. It honors key groups in our mission, including students, volunteers, donors, parents, staff and alumni, all of whom will be represented in the building. We engage our donors as part of a community and embrace the diverse individuals within it.