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Gov. Hogan: State moving thousands of workers to downtown Baltimore office spaces

April 20, 2021
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About 3,300 Maryland state workers will relocate to leased office space in downtown Baltimore under a plan to relocate a dozen state agencies announced Monday by Gov. Larry Hogan. Hogan framed the move as “a shot in the arm” for the economy of downtown Baltimore, where vacancies in office buildings have been on the rise during the coronavirus pandemic and the departures in recent years of several corporations from the city’s traditional commercial core.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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