Project C.O.R.E. or Creating Opportunities for Renewal and Enterprise, means a new canvas for Baltimore, clearing the way for new green space, new affordable and mixed use housing, new and greater opportunities for small business owners to innovate and grow. The initiative will generate jobs, strengthen the partnership between the City of Baltimore and the State of Maryland and lead to safer, healthier and more attractive spaces for families to live and put down roots.
Single Family Mapper has been designed to help prospect buyers locate addresses and find out if they fall in any incentive zones. These incentive zones can help determine what programs they qualify for.
This map will help users to determine if an address is located in a particular incentive zone (existing communities identified for revitalization and investment). Additional map features include drawing, labeling, property ownership identification and printing in pdf and jpeg. Incentive zones administered by the Division of Neighborhood Revitalization include Sustainable Communities, Main Streets and Maple Streets; however, this map also includes Arts and Entertainment Districts, Heritage Areas and other incentive areas.
Multifamily Mapper has been designed to provide key information regarding multifamily rental developments that have received financing from the Department of Housing and Community Development. The developments included in this mapping program include properties that were either renovated or newly constructed using financing from the Department and other sources.
The Opportunity Zone program is a nationwide initiative administered by the U.S. Treasury created under the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The program provides federal tax incentives for investment in distressed communities over the next 10 years. Areas designated as Opportunity Zones will be able to reap the benefits of capital gains to help redevelop underserved communities. This map shows the 149 census tracts nominated as Opportunity Zones by Maryland.
The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development owns single family properties that may be purchased by homebuyers, non-profit organizations and public housing authorities. This application helps prospect buyers see what is available.
Give Maryland provides an opportunity for individual donors to connect directly with nonprofits that have available tax credits and are working in their communities. By making a charitable contribution to one of these nonprofits individuals can: