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The Central Baltimore Partnership has a new newsletter — News Central. News Central will be available both online and in a print version. It will be published monthly. For more information about News Central, contact Temple Stokes. Click here to

Ellen Janes (our Executive Director) who is on the Mayor’s Safe Arts Space Task Force, is quoted in City Paper re. CBP’s efforts for artist safe spaces: “The ideal that we’re aiming for is to [create safety, but at the

Announced today: The Central Baltimore Future Fund or CBFF, the multi-million lending initiative is designed to work in collaboration with a comprehensive revitalization strategy for a cluster of central Baltimore neighborhoods by providing loans to developers and building owners who

6:00 – 8:00pm at Impact Hub Baltimore, 10. E. North Ave Free food and drinks and a great opportunity to meet your fellow Central Baltimoreans! Please join us at our Honor Roll event Wednesday, December 14!. As always it’s a great evening,

Video of the launch of Explore the Core: Central Baltimore! Explore the Core! Central Baltimore had it’s offical launch party tour on September 17! The Explore the Core! Central Baltimore Party Bus made its way through  Central Baltimore, delivering free food

Visit the fabulous neighborhoods and commercial areas of Central Baltimore though this video. Then come down and “Explore the Core” of this great city in person! The many neighborhoods that compose the area present an incredible diversity of people, landmarks, institutions,

9AM to Noon at 4 locations in Central Baltimore! Central Baltimore: Explore the Core Campaign is coming to a neighborhood near you on Saturday, September 17, 2016, 9AM – 12 Noon. Starting from the 32nd Street Farmers Market, the Central

AMTRAK KICKS OFF SOLICITATION FOR BALTIMORE PENN STATION MASTER DEVELOPER PARTNERSHIP Amtrak has taken a step toward a comprehensive redevelopment of Baltimore Penn Station and adjacent properties with the forthcoming release of a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) seeking a Master Developer

We were just featured by Baltimore Metropolitan Council in an in-depth cover story in COG Quarterly Summer/2016. The story concerns BRNI (Baltimore Regional Neighborhood Initiative), a Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development initative that MD House Speaker Michael E. Busch

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