$166M announced for Baltimore’s downtown, Inner Harbor

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BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland lawmakers who represent Baltimore have announced $166 million in state funding for the city’s downtown and Inner Harbor.

The funding announced Thursday includes $50 million for the relocation of state employees from State Center to the Central Business District. It includes $11.5 million for the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore. Another $7.5 million is allocated for the Inner Harbor Promenade, with another $60 million pre-authorized in fiscal years 2024 and 2025.

Other amounts include $7.4 million for the Baltimore City Community College Bard Building; $5.5 million for the Reginald F. Lewis Museum; and $5 million for the National Aquarium.


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