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Popular Baltimore Venues Discuss the Return of Live Audiences

Leaders from the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, The Hippodrome Theatre, and Power Plant Live join Downtown Partnership’s May 11  Downtown Download webinar. Panelists include Donna Drew Sawyer, CEO of the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, Ron Legler, President of the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, and Sal Di Giorgio, Facilities Director for the Cordish Companies’ Power Plant Live in Baltimore.

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Governor Hogan Announces $50M Budget for Relocation of State Agencies to CBD

Governor Larry Hogan has announced a plan to relocate 3,300 state employees from 12 state agencies to the Downtown Baltimore central business district (CBD).

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The Return of Downtown Farmers’ Markets

Grab your tote bags! Downtown farmers’ markets are returning this spring. With a growing base of Baltimoreans in search of locally-grown food, outside the aisles of a grocery store, farmers’ […]

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List of New – March

In our List of New for March, we’ve compiled the bits and pieces of good news we are seeing, hearing, and tasting within the one-mile radius of Downtown Baltimore.

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Introducing the Downtown Boost Program: Presented by Fearless

The Downtown BOOST (Black-Owned & Occupied Storefront Tenancy) Program: Presented by Fearless, will identify five Black-owned retail businesses and provide up to $50,000 in grant funding for capital and operating expenses.

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Innovative Apartment Building Engineered to Maximize
 Style and Public Health Coming to Downtown Baltimore

Real estate investment and development company, Metropolitan Partnership, Ltd., will open an innovative new apartment community engineered for the post-COVID world with single occupancy residences, enhanced air filtration, and increased elevator-to-resident ratios.

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Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week Cancelled

Downtown Partnership and Visit Baltimore are pausing Restaurant Week for winter 2021 and, are instead putting their marketing and promotional weight behind a winter Rally Around Restaurants campaign to support this struggling industry.

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Senator Van Hollen, Mayor Scott, and Council President Mosby
 Join Downtown Download Webinars in January

Three of Baltimore and Maryland’s top elected officials will join the Downtown Download webinar throughout the month of January to discuss legislative priorities, the rollout of COVID vaccines, and the latest news about economic stimulus packages.

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2020 Year in Review

Over the past year, we doubled down on services to help our members, residents, stakeholders and community partners find new ways of doing business, having fun, staying safe, and connecting amid an unprecedented global pandemic that took our country by storm.

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Introducing the Holiday Pop-Up Shop

Downtown Partnership of Baltimore will open a pop-up retail store to help local makers increase sales and visibility during a COVID-challenged holiday gift season.

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