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American Institute of Architectsaiabalt.com
Founded in 1871, the Baltimore Chapter of The American Institute of Architects is the third oldest in the country.

Baltimore Architecture Foundationbaltimorearchitecture.org
The Baltimore Architecture Foundation is a non-profit, educational, public-oriented outreach organization. The Foundation today focuses its attention and energies on helping to promote an understanding of and an appreciation for Baltimore’s built environment - it does this through walking tours, lectures, public programs, and an architecture-in-the-schools program.

Baltimore Community Foundationbcf.org
BCF is the third largest grantmaker among Maryland’s charitable foundations. With assets of $194 million, BCF comprises more than 500 different charitable funds.

Baltimore Development Corporationbaltimoredevelopment.com
The City of Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) is a 501(c) (3) corporation contracted with the City of Baltimore to provide economic development services.

Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Developmentbaltimorehousing.org
The Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) was created in 1968 to consolidate local community development efforts with housing and building code enforcement. With just over 500 employees, HCD strengthens City neighborhoods by attracting investors, developers and home buyers.

Baltimore City Department of Planningci.baltimore.md.us/government
Provides the highest level services and leadership in urban and strategic planning, historical and architectural preservation, zoning, design, development, and capital budgeting to promote the sustained economic, social, and community development of the City of Baltimore.

Baltimore Museum of Artartbma.org
The Baltimore Museum of Art is home to an internationally renowned collection of 19th-century, modern, and contemporary art.

Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Artsbop.org
Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts (BOPA) works to promote the City of Baltimore and its artistic community through the production of festivals, special events and promotional activities, as well as addressing the needs of the artistic community through arts and cultural activities, advocacy, community workshops, grant programs, and general support.

Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Allianceubalt.edu/bnia
The Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance (known as BNIA or the Alliance) is an organization consisting of diverse groups committed to promoting, supporting and helping people make better decisions using accurate, reliable, and accessible data and indicators to improve the quality of life in Baltimore City neighborhoods.

Central Baltimore Partnershipcentralbaltimorepartnership.blogspot.com
The Central Baltimore Partnership is a collaboration between institutions, community organizations, stakeholders, and local government to foster the arts and sustainable development in healthy, transit-oriented neighborhoods at the center of the Baltimore metropolitan region.

Charles North Community Associationthecharlesnorth.org
The Charles North Community Association is the neighborhood organization representing the residents, businesses and institutions in the Charles North Urban Renewal Area.

Charles Village Civic Associationcharlesvillage.net
The Charles Village Civic Association represents the interests of residents in working with businesses, institutions, and government to preserve, enhance, and promote the quality of living in the historic neighborhood of Charles Village in Baltimore City.

Charles Village Community Benefits Districtcharlesvillage.org
The Charles Village Community Benefits District Management Authority is home to four distinct neighborhoods: Abell, Charles Village, Harwood, and Old Goucher. The Management Authority oversees the provision of supplemental sanitation and safety services, and it promotes and markets the District.

City of Baltimoreci.baltimore.md.us

Downtown Partnership of Baltimoregodowntownbaltimore.com
Downtown Partnership is a nonprofit corporation working with the public and private sectors to make Downtown Baltimore a great place for businesses, employees, residents, and visitors.

Greater Baltimore Committeegbc.org
The mission of the Greater Baltimore Committee is to improve the business climate of the Greater Baltimore region by organizing its corporate and civic leadership to develop solutions to the problems that affect the region’s competitiveness and viability.

Historic Charles Street Associationcharlesstreet.net
The Historic Charles Street Association is the leading community organization promoting Charles Street through public events, marketing, and lobbying efforts on behalf of its members. 

Live Baltimorelivebaltimore.com
The goal of Live Baltimore is to grow the City’s population by providing education and marketing outreach to the public.

Maryland Department of Business and Economic Developmentchoosemaryland.org
Maryland’s Department of Business and Economic Development works to create, attract and retain jobs while promoting Maryland’s vibrant cultural economies.

Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulationdllr.state.md.us
The Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation protects and empowers Marylanders by safeguarding workers, protecting consumers, providing a safety net and cultivating a thriving workforce that can meet the demands of Maryland’s dynamic economy.

Maryland Historical Trustmarylandhistoricaltrust.net
The Maryland Historical Trust was formed in 1961 to assist the people of Maryland in identifying, studying, evaluating, preserving, protecting, and interpreting the state's significant prehistoric and historic districts, sites, structures, cultural landscapes, heritage areas, cultural objects, and artifacts, as well as less tangible human and community traditions.

Maryland Historical Societymdhs.org
The Maryland Historical Society serves the people of Maryland, and those interested in Maryland history, through stewardship of comprehensive library and museum collections that are central to the state’s history, by promoting scholarship through publications, and by providing educational services at our own campus and throughout the state.

Maryland Transit Administrationmtamaryland.com
The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) provides and supports accessible transit networks throughout Maryland that are customer focused, safe, appealing, reliable, and efficient.

Midtown Community Benefits Districtmidtowncommunity.org
The Midtown Community Benefits District is a community organization dedicated to making the neighborhoods of Bolton Hill, Charles North, Madison Park, and Mount Vernon-Belvedere cleaner, safer and more attractive by supplementing municipal services.

Mount Vernon — Belvedere Associationmvba.org
Mount Vernon — Belvedere Association aims to preserve and restore the Mount Vernon-Belvedere neighborhood. In addition, the association works hard to disseminate information to our residents and businesses about issues that affect the neighborhood, and to inform our visitors of the many exciting activities that take place in the area.

Old Goucher Community Associationoldgoucher.org
Old Goucher's Community Association aims to connect neighbors, build strength as a community, and collectively support growth in and around Old Goucher.

State of Marylandmaryland.gov

Station North Arts & Entertainment Districtstationnorth.org
Located in the heart of Baltimore, this was the first area in the city to receive state designation as an arts and entertainment district.

Visit Baltimorebaltimore.org
Visit Baltimore, a membership-based organization, is the official destination development and marketing leader for Greater Baltimore, responsible for generating incremental economic benefits to the community through the attraction of convention and leisure visits. Here, at the official tourism site for Baltimore, you will find information on the best the city has to offer.

The Walters Art Museumthewalters.org
The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland is internationally renowned for its collection of art. The collection presents an overview of world art from pre-dynastic Egypt to 20th-century Europe, and counts among its many treasures Greek sculpture and Roman sarcophagi; medieval ivories and Old Master paintings; Art Deco jewelry and 19th-century European and American masterpieces.

 

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