The Downtown Management Authority Annual Board Meeting to approve the budget will take place Tuesday, April 23rd at 11:30am. Please RSVP to Joy Handy Lane at jlane@dpob.org to receive a Zoom link.
Downtown Management Authority will hold a public forum for feedback and input on the annual budget on April 25th, 11am at Downtown Partnership’s office (at 20 S. Charles St. 6th Floor). RSVP to Joy Handy Lane at jlane@dpob.org.
The Downtown Management Authority Annual Board Meeting to approve the final budget will take place Friday, April 26th at 1:00pm.
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State of Downtown Baltimore Breakfast

April 10 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am

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Presented by Gallagher Evelius & Jones, the State of Downtown Breakfast offers networking and a keynote speaker presentation to mark the release of DPOB’s State of Downtown Report

Date + Time
Wednesday, April 10 • 8 – 10am

Location
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel
202 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202

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About the Event

Join us for an exclusive event that will captivate regional leaders in business, government, and community development! Be the first to experience the unveiling of our highly anticipated State of Downtown Report, an annual economic snapshot that benchmarks the latest trends in employment, residential living, hospitality, and retail.

This year’s breakfast will also feature an engaging presentation from our Keynote Speaker, placemaking expert and Brookings Fellow Tracy Hadden Loh. You can learn more about Tracy below.

Keynote Speaker

Tracy Hadden Loh is a Fellow with the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Center for Transformative Placemaking at Brookings Metro, where she integrates her interests in commercial real estate, infrastructure, racial justice, and governance. She serves on the boards of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and Greater Greater Washington. Her most recent writing includes two co-authored chapters in Hyperlocal: Place Governance in a Fragmented World and a series on the future of downtowns, including what to do about public safety and adaptive reuse. She also previously served two years on the city council of Mount Rainier, a small town in Prince George’s County, Maryland.

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