Over the past few weeks, non-profits, local businesses and long-time residents have been weighing in on the transformation of Port Covington. That’s because this redevelopment is one of the largest urban renewal projects in America, and it will bring exciting new additions to the area. Here’s what folks had to say:
From parents to business owners to lifelong Baltimore residents, people across the City wrote in to answer one simple question: Why are you excited about the transformation of Port Covington? The responses were nothing short of inspiring. It’s clear that Baltimore residents are ready to build Port Covington together. Here’s what your neighbors are saying. … Continue reading We Asked, You Answered
The transformational redevelopment of Port Covington will have a far-reaching, positive impact on Baltimore—creating thousands of jobs, revitalizing the waterfront, and giving all of Baltimore new opportunities. Baltimore City residents, small business owners, politicians, and even Cal Ripken Jr. have tweeted about the possibilities that lie ahead for Port Covington and Baltimore. Here’s what they’ve … Continue reading Baltimoreans Are Tweeting About Port Covington
Note: This editorial—by Tom Geddes, CEO of Plank Industries—was originally published in The Baltimore Sun. Despite its inaccuracies, I was pleased to read Mark Thistel’s letter of March 18, “Baltimore can’t afford Sagamore,” because it provides an opportunity to correct a number of misconceptions about tax-increment financing, or TIF, and specifically the proposed TIF for … Continue reading Not One Cent: Important Facts About Port Covington’s Redevelopment
Port Covington is one of the largest urban redevelopment projects in the country right now, as today’s editorial in The Baltimore Sun makes clear. Right now, Port Covington is an aging, underutilized industrial area that covers over three miles and 260 acres of waterfront. Without current funds in the budget, the City of Baltimore needs … Continue reading Baltimore Sun: What Kevin Plank’s Plan Means for Baltimore
Right now, Port Covington is an aging, underutilized industrial area that covers over three miles and 260 acres of waterfront. Without current funds in the budget, the City of Baltimore needs to find a way to pay for the public infrastructure necessary to allow for the transformation of Port Covington, which, in turn, will attract … Continue reading Port Covington Needs Public Infrastructure
Thank you for visiting the Build Port Covington website. There’s big change coming to Baltimore City — one of the largest urban renewal projects in America is underway on our waterfront. The transformational redevelopment of Port Covington will have a fundamental and far-reaching positive impact on Baltimore, its economy, and its future. Here are three … Continue reading Join the Team!