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Baltimore State of the Market

Charm City, Baltimore County — One Baltimore

Event Ended On: Tuesday March 10 2020

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Events Speakers and Panels

Baltimore's 2020 Economic Forecast: Michael Gill

Mike Gill
Emphasizing the Importance of Partnerships and the Business Effect on Communities

Mike Gill

Chairman, Evergreen Advisors, Former Secretary, Maryland Department of Commerce

Baltimore's Retail Renaissance

How Restauranteurs, New Tenants, and Public Markets And More Are Changing the Face of Baltimore

Andy Hotchkiss
Reviving Baltimore Concert Mainstay, Due to Reopen 2020

Andy Hotchkiss

Partner, Hammerjacks
Alexander Smith
Owner of Tagliata, Azumi, the Bygone, and More

Alexander Smith

Founder, Atlas Restaurant Group
Rahel Fikre

Rahel Fikre

Store Development Manager, Starbucks
Steve Wolf
Moderator

Steve Wolf

Partner, UHY LLP

Baltimore State of the Market

Will the Idea of Unifying Baltimore City and County Make - Or Break - The Region We Call Home?

Brian Gibbons
$4M Expansion of Waugh Chapel Towne Centre, Signing Lidl to 30K sq ft Space At Reisterstown Shopping Center

Brian Gibbons

CEO, Greenberg Gibbons Commercial
Timothy Hogan
Offering Development Opportunities in Baltimore's Various Suburbs

Timothy Hogan

President, Hogan Companies
 Bill Struever
Aiding Redevelopment of Penn Station, Cortex Innovation Community with Wexford Science & Technology

Bill Struever

Principal, Cross Street Partners
Owen Rouse
Moderator

Owen Rouse

VP, MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services

Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Registration, Networking, & Breakfast
9:00 AM
9:10 AM
Keynote: Baltimore's 2020 Economic Forecast - Michael Gill
9:10 AM
9:55 AM
Baltimore's Retail Renaissance
How Public Markets And More Are Changing the Face of Baltimore
9:55 AM
10:50 AM
Baltimore State of the Market
Will the Idea of Unifying Baltimore City and County Make - Or Break - The Region We Call Home?
10:40 AM
11:00 AM
More Networking!

Venue/Parking

The Assembly Room
316 Guilford Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21202

Ballroom/Floor: Main Floor

Parking Information:
Self-Parking: Mercy Bunting Garage
240 E. Pleasant Street - $10 per car

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Event Summary

Did you know that Baltimore is the 10th most millennial-friendly travel destination, according to HomeToGo; ranked 29th in Most Exciting Food Cities in America, according to Zagat; and that the Enoch Pratt Library ranked the Top 10 Nicest Places in America, according to Good Morning America?

Mackenzie Commercial's

stats prove an important point that is often lost in Baltimore's national portrayal — this city has serious potentials that local businesses, developers, and city officials are determined to tap into, nourish, and help grow. What overarching trends can we expect to see in the market, and what exciting things are coming to Charm City? And as whispers continue about the ideas of merging city and county, how do developers are both end feel about the idea of One Baltimore? Join us and those investing in and building Baltimore at our annual State of the Market — the BIGGEST Bisnow Baltimore event of the year. This is one you don't want to miss!



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  1. How retail is being reinvented thoughout Baltimore
  2. How city officials and developers are working together to improve living conditions throughout Baltimore and add additional affordable housing
  3. What major office tenants are moving to Charm City
  4. Will merging City and County solve Baltimore's problems?
  5. What neighborhoods are becoming the ultimate live-work-play destinations for Baltimoreans

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