Enjoy breakfast, a keynote speaker, and networking with several hundred of the region’s top business, government, and community leaders at the unveiling of our annual State of Downtown Report. This report provides benchmark data behind Baltimore’s most important economic sectors, including employment statistics, residential analysis, and hotel occupancy rates.Read the 2021 Report
Over 500 of you showed up and made this year’s State of Downtown Breakfast one of our favorite networking events of all time. Downtown has taken some hits in recent years, but the data proves it remains strong. We hope you left feeling hopeful for the future of Baltimore’s economic engine.
Thank you to everyone who joined us at the 2022 State of Downtown Baltimore (SODT) networking breakfast, presented by Gallagher Evelius and Jones. Our first, in-person SODT in over two years! After attending, we hope you’re feeling as excited as we are for the future of Downtown Baltimore. The recent announcement of historic state investment in Baltimore’s Central Business District and Inner Harbor neighborhoods will act as a catalyst for expanded growth and opportunity in our city. And current/pending development projects like Harborplace, Rash Field (phase 2), Lexington Market, the Baltimore Arena, The Compass, and more, already have us reimagining a revitalized Downtown. It’s safe to say that the momentum for Downtown’s success is stronger than it has been in a long time.
The State of Downtown is an economic snapshot of the previous year, a benchmark of data in the areas of office and employment, residential, hospitality, and retail trends. Tracking these areas help us understand the broader economic health of our City.Read More
Our esteemed panel of Urban Land Institute (ULI) experts has worked up the basis for a blueprint to position Baltimore's urban core for a successful and competitive future.Read More
Downtown Partnership of Baltimore is embarking on an effort to develop and implement creative ideas that will reinforce and improve the position of Downtown Baltimore as a major economic engine in the region and position the city for future growth. DPOB is conducting a survey to assess stakeholder perceptions of some ideas under consideration.Take Survey
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