The state of Maryland is giving more than $12.4 million in tax credits to revitalize historic buildings in Baltimore City and County. That's composed of $11.6 million for the city, and about $914,000 for the county.

The credits include $5 million toward the Fidelity Building on Charles Street downtown, and $2.5 million to rebuild a vacant property on Harford Road near Grindon Avenue in Lauraville called the Markley Building.

It's part of an award from the Maryland Historical Trust, which is giving a total of more than $19 million in revitalization tax credits to 16 projects statewide.

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