Our team is immensely proud of the work we’ve done over the past year (or 30 years), but we have no intention of resting on our laurels. This year saw the completion of McKeldin Plaza, an expansion of the Hey Baltimore podcast, tons of new park events, as well as significant developments including both apartments and retail.
Since launching an initiative to promote housing development in the heart of Baltimore City, Downtown Partnership has regularly issued reports examining the demand for new market-rate housing units. Check out the newly released Outlook 2022: Market Rate Housing Demand.
We take our pumpkins and our parks pretty seriously. Downtown Partnership's annual fall festival takes place Saturday, October 28, 10am-12pm. Bring the kiddos to enjoy a free petting zoo, pumpkin patch, moonbounce, and free face painting.
Banish keyboard crumbs and get to the Pratt Street Market every Thursday, 11am-2pm for delicious prepared foods from Dizzy Cow, Dooby's, Atwater's and more. Stock up on fresh produce, flowers, and baked goods while you are there too.
Staying fit in Downtown is easy- and free. With yoga in Center Plaza at noon on Thursdays and 10am on Saturdays, and Boot Camp compliments of Under Armour Powered by FX Fitness at noon on Wednesdays, there's no excuse for that Natty Boh gut.
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414 Light- the 44 story luxury apartment building on Light St. - is now leasing.
Our friends at Cohere did a lovely recap of our annual meeting, and highlighted one of our biggest announcements. "Downtown Partnership also announced that the owners of Tampa’s renowned and photogenic Oxford Exchange are bringing the concept here to Baltimore, entering into a partnership to revive a historic block downtown."
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.