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Governor Hogan, Mayor Rawlings-Blake Partner Address Blight in Baltimore City, Announce State Project

Project C.O.R.E. to Provide $94 Million to Demolish Thousands of Vacant Buildings; State to Offer $600 Million in Reinvestment Funds ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake today announced a multi-year, multi-hundred-million dollar initiative to address blight in Baltimore, declaring that the joint city-state partnership will bring significant resources to demolish thousands of  Read the Rest…

Community Legacy Program Director Wins 2015 Frances Morton Froelicher Civic Statesmanship Award

Director Kevin Baynes Honored for His Civic Commitment and Contributions to Strengthen Growth and Revitalization in Baltimore City BALTIMORE – Kevin Baynes, director of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development’s Community Legacy Program, has been named the 2015 recipient of the Frances Morton Froelicher Civic Statemanship Award, presented by the Citizens Planning & Housing  Read the Rest…

More Than a Pretty Face: Hogan Administration Launches $650,000 Façade Improvement Program in Baltimore

Business and Property Owners Can Receive Up to $10,000 through Effort to Strengthen City’s Commercial Districts New Carrollton, MD – The Hogan administration is launching a program to helpsmall businesses and other property owners in Baltimore’s commercial districts brighten up and improve their exteriors. Through the $650,000 façade improvement program, property owners in the city’s  Read the Rest…

Governor Hogan’s Maryland Business Recovery Program Invests Nearly $1.3 Million to Help Baltimore Businesses Recover, Rebuild and Grow

“It was a lifesaver” says one owner about zero-interest loans that helped small business owners remain in business, care for employees BALTIMORE – Tops in Cellular, a mobile electronics and accessories store in the city’s Highlandtown community, is open for business thanks in part to a Hogan administration program established to help business owners recover  Read the Rest…

Maryland Kicks-off Community Development Week at 100-year-old Theater in Baltimore’s Station North

BALTIMORE – For decades, the long abandoned Parkway Theatre stood at the corner of North and Charles streets, forlorn and forgotten; a faded remnant from a Baltimore whose time had come and gone. Today, it is a symbol of a Baltimore reborn. Thus it was that the Community Development Network of Maryland chose the Parkway Theatre  Read the Rest…

Groundbreaking for Station North arts incubator reinforces Governor Hogan’s commitment to Baltimore’s revitalization

BALTIMORE – As part of Governor Larry Hogan’s pledge to invest in Baltimore’s livability and economic success, Deputy Secretary Ellington Churchill on Tuesday joined Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford to celebrate the groundbreaking of Open Works, an $11 million project Baltimore Arts Realty Corp. (BARCO) is developing in the Station North Arts & Entertainment District. ​Also  Read the Rest…

Groundbreaking for Affordable Housing in Downtown Baltimore Shows Governor Hogan’s Commitment to City’s Revitalization

New Carrolton, MD – New affordable rental housing near downtown Baltimore will help revitalize the city’s West Side and change things for the better for families and individuals with special needs, Governor Larry Hogan said today. “Baltimore City residents will benefit because of the investments we are making to ensure Maryland has more affordable housing options.”  Read the Rest…