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Millennials fuel downtown neighborhoods

Millennials fuel downtown neighborhoods

Kick ball leagues, bars, free circulator buses - these are just some of the amenities that recently attracted the influx of young, college educated residents to Downtown neighborhoods - 25,000 of them to be precise. The Baltimore Sun just wrote a great piece on this, and it's worth a read.

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The Business of Downtown

The Business of Downtown

Downtown Partnership's recent publication talks about redefining Downtown spaces, rethinking Downtown neighborhoods, and has the latest on Downtown economic development. It's all the tools you need for business in Downtown.

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Get Your Network On

Get Your Network On

If you are a new hire, intern, recent graduate, young professional, or just plain curious about our City, join Downtown Partnership at Downtown 101: An Insider’s Guide to Baltimore at PBR Baltimore inside of Power Plant Live for a free networking event on Nov. 6th.

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Trick or Treat

Trick or Treat

There is no shortage of places in Downtown to go Halloween, any bar in Fells or Canton probably has you covered, but what if you want more? Stoop Storytelling hosts Fright Night, Little Italy and Port Discovery have kid's events, and Baltimore Magazine did a run down of all the horror flicks playing around town.

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What Inspires You?

What Inspires You?

This new commercial hits the airwaves this week, but you can watch it here first. Downtown Baltimore is exciting, upbeat, and original- just like the people who call it home.

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CharmingNeighborhoods

Baltimore is a city of neighborhoods. From the laid back vibe in Locust Point, to the bustle of Harbor East, to the old-world charm of Mount Vernon and everywhere in between, there is someplace for everyone in Baltimore.

To simplify our network of neighborhoods, we’ve created a quadrant system. Downtown North, Downtown East, Downtown South, and Downtown Central have all the bases covered. Just look within each area to locate where you are- or where you hope to be.

City Hall
Charles Center
Preston Garden
Cathedral Hill
Bromo Arts District
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Inner Harbor
Federal Hill / SoBo
Locust Point
Pigtown / Washington Village
Ridgely's Delight / Stadiums
Historic Jonestown
Little Italy
Hopkins Medical Campus
Canton
Fell's Point / Upper Fell's
Harbor East
Old Town
Bromo Arts District
Seton Hill
Mount Vernon
Historic Jonestown
Little Italy
Hopkins Medical Campus
Canton
Fell's Point / Upper Fell's
Harbor East
Old Town
Federal Hill / SoBo
Locust Point
Pigtown / Washington Village
Ridgely's Delight / Stadiums
City Hall
Charles Center
Preston Garden
Cathedral Hill
Bromo Arts District
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Inner Harbor
Bromo Arts District
Seton Hill
Mount Vernon
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As the 400 East Pratt St. construction nears completion, DPOB will begin the construction of a bio retention duct along the block, similar to the one we installed at 100 E. Pratt St. last year. The bio duct will help prevent run off and trash from entering the bay.