No guarantees, of course, but we can help qualified employers get $100,000 to $10 million for construction and operations in selected Baltimore Neighborhoods.
Baltimore Rising is working on legislation that will give employers free city-owned lots and buildings in selected neighborhoods with no property taxes for at least 5 years. The objective is to encourage these employers to set up operations in the city’s disadvantaged neighborhoods and, in doing so, to ignite an all-inclusive economic recovery. In short, it’s all about jobs.
So, free land – vacant lots or buildings you can refurbish or tear down – plus no property taxes. So far, so good. All you need now is financing. Financing to refurbish or build a new facility – and maybe for operations too. Well, there’s no reason to wait for our legislation which, given the process and bureaucracy, could take months to accomplish.
If you’re an established, small or moderate-size company interested in doing business in any of the 27 communities listed below where the unemployment rate is 15.0% or higher – and if you need help obtaining financing – fill out the form at the bottom of this post and we’ll use our contacts with banks in the area to help you. It’s a great opportunity for you to make some serious money growing your company while helping Baltimore’s unemployed and under-employed families.
If you need financing, the sooner you get in touch with us the better. Getting approved or not could take 30 days from the date of your application with funding another 30 days after that.
Think of these disadvantaged neighborhoods as Baltimore’s new frontier. It’s a chance for your company to make good, maybe even extraordinary profits while providing good jobs for the families and in the neighborhoods that need those jobs the most. You’ll be on the forefront of the great economic recovery that our city so desperately needs. And that’s a good thing. A very good and important thing to do.
Thanks. We’re looking forward to hearing from you. The sooner, the better. You don’t have to wait for our new Vacants-To-Jobs legislation. We can help you now.
As promised, here’s the simple form you need to fill out and email us…