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AIA Baltimore Provides Architect’s Guide to Business Continuity Guidance for reducing firm disruption

Floods, cyber-attacks, pandemics, and unexpected staff absences are just a few of the risks that can prevent architecture firms from remaining open and profitable during disaster and disruption. Will you be able to provide clients with the assurance that work on their project will continue despite a

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Central Baltimore Partnership Covid-19 Crisis Resource Guide

Our Partners in Central Baltimore are stepping up and collaborating in support of residents, businesses, and other stakeholders in the area. CBP created this Crisis Resource Guide to share information we are gettting that will help our communities (and everyone else) get through the COVID-19 crisis together.

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Baltimore Heritage Five Minute Histories: Off the Beaten Path in Druid Hill Park, Part 1

This is Baltimore Heritage’s series called “Five Minute Histories.” Each day, they will record a short video about a different historic place in Baltimore and post it on their Facebook page and website. They are honoring Governor Hogan’s request and are doing this from home. Click here

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South Baltimore Gateway Partnership COVID-19 Assistance Plan

Please see below from South Baltimore Gateway Partnership regarding their COVID-19 Assistance Plan. Our COVID-19 assistance plan for South Baltimore is now in place. We will assist local communities in two ways: 1. We are committing $600,000 over the next 90 days to purchase and deliver key

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LAI Baltimore Member Joe Nathanson’s Daily Record Column “A region in the path of the pandemic”

A region in the path of the pandemic By: Joe Nathanson March 26, 2020 I started the Regional Perspectives column on a celebratory note. It was March 2001. In the previous month, the Ravens had won their first Super Bowl. As I noted, “From Aberdeen to Annapolis,

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LAI Land Economics Weekends in Chicago and Los Angeles – Updates

March 17, 2020 Dear LAI Members, During the past two weeks, LAI International Officers and representatives of the Ely Chapter, (Richard Wilson, Ely Chapter President, Jennifer Tammen, LEW Chair and staff) have had several discussions regarding the feasibility of holding the Land Economics Weekend (LEW) April 30

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The ultimate 2020 guide to Baltimore coworking spaces

Here’s a look at more than 25 shared office spaces around the Baltimore area, and how they’re evolving. Will every neighborhood have a coworking space? It’s a question we’ve been playfully asking around the newsroom each time a new space opens in Baltimore. It’s a city of

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The National Public Housing Museum Eyes a 2021 Opening

The museum will tell the history of American public housing in a remnant of a 1930s public housing complex on Chicago’s Near West Side. When you’re working to establish a museum with such contested subject matter as the National Public Housing Museum (NPHM), it pays to have

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LAI Baltimore Member Joe Nathanson’s Daily Record Column “‘Baltimore Without Borders’”

‘Baltimore Without Borders’ By: Joe Nathanson November 27, 2019 In the course of my consulting career, I came increasingly to see the impacts that immigrants and refugees were having on our cities and metropolitan areas. I became immersed in that understanding in the prior decade when, in

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LAI Baltimore Member Joe Nathanson’s Daily Record Column “Kirwan’s work should not be dismissed”

Kirwan’s work should not be dismissed By: Joe Nathanson October 24, 2019 If you are concerned with this region’s long-term economic development prospects, you should be paying attention to the recommendations of the Kirwan Commission. If you think that Maryland should be preparing young scholars for college

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