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Announcing the Next Class of Black Businesses Selected for the Downtown BOOST Program

Downtown Partnership is thrilled to announce the entrepreneurs selected for the second cohort of the Black Owned and Operated Storefront Tenancy (BOOST) Program.

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Highlighting Downtown’s progress and potential for growth at annual State of Downtown Breakfast

With the year marked by record state investment in Baltimore’s core, Downtown Partnership highlights the progress made, and the growth to come at annual State of Downtown Breakfast, presented by Gallagher Evelius & Jones.

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Call for Vendors: Pratt Street Market

Downtown Partnership invites local businesses to apply to vend at the Pratt Street Market for the 2022 season. Running June – September.

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Water Main Replacement Program

Baltimore City must replace its failing infrastructure, which includes water mains that are over 100 years old. The city of Baltimore’s Department of Public Works (DPW) oversees the Municipal water […]

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Call for Vendors: 3-Point Pop-Up Market

Downtown Partnership of Baltimore is hosting a Downtown Pop-Up Market during the CIAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament from February 24-27, and is seeking local retail businesses interested in vending opportunities.

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Eat Like a Tourist During Baltimore Restaurant Week

Pair a delicious meal with a nearby activity or attraction and eat like a tourist during Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week, running January 27 – February 5, 2023.

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22 Wins for Downtown Baltimore in 2022

To round out 2022, we’ve compiled a list of positive news stories and internal successes that happened this year

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RedwoodArch Ceremony Planned for November 30

Downtown Partnership and The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts will hold a RedwoodArch Restoration Ceremony on 11/3/22 from 9–10 AM.

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DPOB and BGE Partner to Install Downtown Mural by Artist Soley Supreme

With the help of nearly 80 volunteers, support from BGE, we recently installed a mural at Wilkes Lane with artist Wendell Soley Supreme in an effort to brighten the alley between Harbor Bank and Lord Baltimore Hotel.

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Squeegee Collaborative Working Action Plan Announced

Over 150 people and stakeholders engaged in a 4-month process to create a set of recommendations to govern and eventually eradicate squeegeeing in Baltimore.

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