1. How are developer's battling rising construction costs in Baltimore?
2. Can Opportunity Zones help developers make a lasting impact in Baltimore's underdeveloped neighborhoods?
3. How can City Officials and Developers Work Together to Bring More Young Professionals to the City of Baltimore?
4. Where are Residents Moving to in Baltimore - and Why?
5. How is transit-oriented development positively impacting multifamily development in Baltimore?
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Baltimore Multifamily Boom!
From Capital Markets to Development and Design Trends
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Baltimore, MD 21202
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According to Marcus & Millichap, job growth in Baltimore led to a multifamily boom, with developers targeting areas in and around downtown Baltimore. More than 1,200 new units came online by the end of Q3 in 2018, and new leases aided substantial rental growth. Metrowide, however, rent growth remained at approximately the same pace as 2017. It seems that multifamily growth is happening in certain pockets in and around Baltimore - yet not throughout the city and county.
In a report published by the Baltimore Sun, more permits for building, rehabbing, and demolition appear in wealthier neighborhood compared to their poorer counterparts. How can City officials and developers work together to ensure that multifamily opportunities are available - and accessible - to all?
Join Bisnow as we bring together Baltimore's top multifamily developers to explore Baltimore's overarching trends, as well as finding solutions to build a better Baltimore. It's a Bisnow event you don't want to miss!
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