Benchmark economic report documents the 2020 economy in the region’s largest office, residential, and cultural district; Renowned urbanologist, Richard Florida, will discuss Baltimore’s post-COVID recovery
(BALTIMORE – April 9, 2021) – Downtown Partnership of Baltimore will unveil the annual State of Downtown Baltimore Report, an economic assessment of 2020, during a virtual event on Tuesday, April 13, from 8:30 – 10 am. Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott will join the webinar to examine how the pandemic affected the region’s largest economic and cultural center. Keynote speaker, renowned urbanologist and best-selling author, Richard Florida, will discuss Baltimore’s post-COVID recovery.
Registration is required for this Zoom event. Media is invited to attend using the link, below. Insert the registration code PRESS to waive the attendance fee.
Tuesday, April 13 from 8:30-10 am
Downtown Partnership President, Shelonda Stokes, will be available for post-event interviews. Please email Michael Evitts, contact above, for scheduling.
This is a virtual Zoom webinar with more than 300 attendees. Media may register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/state-of-downtown-baltimore-virtual-event-tickets-141656180449?aff=DPOB
Downtown Partnership President Shelonda Stokes; Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott; Baltimore City Councilman Eric Costello; and a keynote by best-selling author and urban scholar, Richard Florida.
Downtown Partnership of Baltimore is a non-profit corporation creating a more vibrant Downtown community for businesses, property owners, residents, and employees. Through its many initiatives, Downtown Partnership improves Downtown’s quality of life by increasing investment, retaining business, solving transportation challenges, improving parks and green space, and creating workforce development opportunities. For more than 30 years, these programs have been good for Downtown and good for Baltimore.
Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, www.GoDowntownBaltimore.com
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