Are you a business in Fells Prospect?
Become an FPCA member!
Neighborhood businesses are an important part of the Fells Prospect community. Being a member of Fells Prospect shows your support and helps you build relationships with potential customers.

We have nearly 3500 residents living within our boundaries who get our monthly newsletter hand-delivered and a community website.

Join Fells Prospect Community Association--it's easy.

We like to thank you for taking the time to review the information and hope you and Fells Prospect and forge a great partnership.
Support FPCA's business partners: Great neighbors who help make our community a great place to live.
Business Partners ...............

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Group and Individual HSA Plans
Dental Coverage from $12. monthly 
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Call Jim Furst:  410-342-0060

"We'll figure something out"
                                                  
Serving Fells Point/Canton since 1987

Lunch • Dinner • Bar  • Private Parties

Baltimore’s Best Bar Food” … City Paper ‘09
Kisling’s Tavern’s  famous wings and other food have been recognized over the years with many awards
On / Off Premise Catering Available
Party Platters available for pickup or delivery
Full Service Catering Menu Available

New Business
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BUY LOCAL !
By supporting locally-owned businesses in Baltimore, you are helping to preserve the character and spirit of your neighborhoods.
Invest in the community

Local businesses are owned by people who live here, work here, and are more invested in our future.
Now Offering Driver Improvement Classes.
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2001 Fleet Street @Washington
410-342-0008
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HARBOR AUTO CENTER
Specializing in Mercedes Benz, BMW, VW and Audi
141 S. Central Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21202
HarborAutoCenterBaltimore@yahoo.com
phone: 410.342.7601
fax: 410 342-0080
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Keep money in the neighborhood

For every $100 spent at a locally owned business, $45 goes back into the community –and our tax base. For every $100 spent at a chain store, only $14 comes back*