Baltimore living Web site is back - with more

Real Estate Watch

April 15, 2001

A Web site that touts Baltimore City living is being reintroduced with a new design, more content and more tools for people who live in the city or are considering moving to the city., the Web site for LiveBaltimore's Marketing Center on West Saratoga Street, will fully launch Wednesday, but the site is already functional, said Tracey Gosson, director of the center. The Marketing Center is a program of the nonprofit Citizens Planning and Housing Association.

The site provides information on 110 city neighborhoods, activities and home-buying incentives. It also offers resources for homebuyers and real estate professionals as well as information for renters, an events calendar and a database of real estate professionals.

"We don't build houses or create loans, but we make all of those programs available" to people who want to live in Baltimore, Gosson said. The Web site has about 600 pages of content online, she said.

Founded in 1941, the CPHA offers information on city living and programs through the Marketing Center, but the Web site can reach a wider audience.

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