Mayor Rawlings-Blake Launches EconView

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Brandon M. Scott
Mayor,
Baltimore City
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Mayor Rawlings-Blake Launches EconView

New online tool shows what is being planned, built, and developed in neighborhoods across the city

BALTIMORE, Md. (March 17, 2015)—Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake launched EconView, a new online tool that shows different development projects that are underway or planned, or have been recently completed in Baltimore City.

“I want to highlight what is happening in Baltimore, and the exciting growth that is coming to our many different communities,” said Mayor Rawlings-Blake. “This tool provides a new way for citizens, business owners, and potential new residents and investors to gain a better picture of what is being planned, built, and developed in their neighborhoods.”

EconView is an interactive tool that will be regularly refined and updated. Each project listed in EconView also features contact information for the appropriate City agency, helping users to obtain answers to their questions and find more information on individual projects.

EconView was developed by the Mayor’s Offices of Economic and Neighborhood Development and the Mayor’s Office of Information Technology. To explore EconView, go to cityview.baltimorecity.gov/econview.

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