1899 - The church was constructed and was known as Grace-Hampden United Methodist Episcopal Church​

1982 - Pastor Tom Cobb purchases the church and moves Apostolic Truth Tabernacle into the long vacant building at William Donald Schaffer's arrangement

1999 - A cold January night the furnace catches fire and destroys the building - BALTIMORE SUN FIRE ARTICLE

2000 - Gilden Advertising purchases the building and hires Ziger/Snead Architects to rebuild the building as office space.

2001- The church was added onto the National Register of Historic Places making sure it would never be torn down.

2019 - The church is purchased and reborn as CO-BALT Workspace, Hampden's greatest co-working space.

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