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What the fight over an empty shopping center says about Maryland’s housing issues

It may not look like much, but the empty Baltimore County shopping center surrounded by a sea of empty gray concrete is one of Maryland’s most divisive, and consequential, pieces of land. Purchased by a county-based developer in 2020, Lutherville Station stands a few yards away from a light rail stop that connects Baltimore County to the city and Anne Arundel County. It has been eyed for new development that would add retail stores, commercial tenants and housing — lots of it — to the grounds.

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Episode 73: GBC Priorities, Transportation Issues, & Federal Tech Designation with Mark Anthony Thomas
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Episode 73: GBC Priorities, Transportation Issues, & Federal Tech Designation with Mark Anthony Thomas

Greater Baltimore Committee President & CEO Mark Anthony Thomas joins Center Maryland’s The Lobby Podcast this week. Mark joins the podcast to discuss his path to the Baltimore region, priorities for 2024, Baltimore’s designation as a federal tech hub & more. Mark is a economic development professional who knows how to turnaround big cities. Over the past two decades he has lead economic development strategies and public-private partnerships for some of the largest metro areas in the country including Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, & New York City.

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