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2021 Emerging Trends in Real Estate
Reinventing Baltimore: detailing what it takes for a programmatic shift
Reinventing an industrial legacy city such as Baltimore is an exploration into renewal, self-reflection and boosterism. Following a presentation of the 2021 Emerging Trends in Real Estate report, our program will investigate Baltimore’s ability to adapt into a modern urban metropolis. The panel will reflect on equitable and sustainable communities, covering topics such as growth, urban sprawl, the depletion of cities, social justice, transportation, community development, sustainability and diversity.
The modern urban condition and the systemic problems associated with adapting metropolitan regions into equitable and sustainable communities, Baltimore’s proximity to the US capital, combined with its industrial past, presents the optimum viewpoint to investigate these challenges and draw parallels with other cities.
Stephen Walters, Chief Economist at the Maryland Public Policy Institute, will present his research and recommended initiatives for reinvigorating Baltimore in order to become competitive again and attract future investment and development. Our four other extraordinary panelists will provide commentary, perspective and feedback on Stephen’s approach along with an overview of their work as it relates to these initiatives.