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Advancing Infrastructure Investments

The Greater Baltimore region is slated for a host of major infrastructure investments that have implications for economic growth, commercial development, and civic life. GBC will convene regional leaders across real estate, business, and government to provide insight on how best to advance these projects and ensure they positively impact the Baltimore region.

Media Coverage

The moment has come for Baltimore’s second renaissance
The Baltimore Sun

America’s downtowns are being re-imagined. The fundamental shift in how people, businesses and tourists engage with city centers has created one of the more profound leadership tests in a generation. Read More.

GBC CEO, Mark Anthony Thomas, joins The T.J. Smith Show
WBAL Radio

Mark Anthony Thomas appeared on the TJ Smith Show, where he discussed the importance of envisioning bold new strategies for connecting what’s happening in Baltimore’s downtown core to revitalization efforts in the region at-large. Watch Video.

Leaders of several Inner Harbor cultural institutions outline their projects
Baltimore Fishbowl

While the proposed redevelopment of the Harborplace pavilions has received extensive press coverage in recent weeks, leaders of other Inner Harbor attractions say they’re also working on building projects that will transform their properties – and affect the experiences their visitors have. Read More.

National Aquarium starts work on outdoor Harbor Wetland habitat and floating park
The Baltimore Sun

The National Aquarium is adding what it calls a groundbreaking outdoor exhibit, a floating park that that will restore a salt marsh habitat in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and be free to the public. Read More.

Baltimore Developers Say City Should 'Think Boldly' To Spur Transit-Oriented Development Boom

Baltimore is receiving an influx of federal and state dollars for major transportation projects like the Red Line and the Penn Station overhaul, creating the opportunity for a wave of new transit-oriented development in the region. Read More.

Harborplace's New Strategy

MCB Real Estate co-founder P. David Bramble said his firm’s goal for redeveloping Harborplace is creating a space so cool that locals want to hang out there when the project is finished. Read More.

Baltimore Could See a TOD Boom

Developers are calling on city leaders to support transit-oriented development amidst an influx of federal funding opportunities. Read More.

Take an interactive tour of plans for Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
The Baltimore Sun

For Baltimore, remaking Harborplace amounts to the latter. Developer MCB Real Estate’s plan reimagines some of the city’s most prized parcels, adding housing, expanding park space and redesigning a busy intersection. Read More.

Steering Committee Co-Chairs

  • Nancy Greene, President & CEO, Miles & Stockbridge
  • Eric Reed, Vice-President, State Government Affairs, Verizon