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Downtown Baltimore needs an inflatable duck (or the 2021 equivalent in shameless self-promotion)

April 16, 2021

As expected, the latest assessment of downtown Baltimore shows that the COVID-19 pandemic has been unkind to retail centers, tourist attractions and the hospitality industry, and that the city still grapples with shooting deaths, population loss and neglect of the once-thriving Harborplace pavilions. But, and perhaps this is the biggest surprise, the metrics really aren’t so bad, particularly in residential growth and robust property values.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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