“Entire Downtown Is Effectively Dead:” Baltimore City Descends Further Into Turmoil – Commercial Real Estate Escalating in USA Cities

“Entire Downtown Is Effectively Dead:” Baltimore City Descends Further Into Turmoil – Commercial Real Estate Escalating in USA Cities
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Downtown Baltimore is plagued with shootings, carjackings, muggings, and out-of-control packs of teenagers wreaking havoc. Baltimore residents can thank five decades of Democrat politicians for mismanaging this once-thriving town. 

Earlier this month, the Inner Harbor district was overrun by hundreds of teenagers that resembled an apocalyptic scene from a Hollywood or Netflix movie. The video below might provide some insight into why people are shunning the area, which caused a plunge in foot traffic, making it difficult for retail stores to survive.

This leaves us with local media outlet Baltimore’s Brew reporting about a mall situated on the waterfront, once popular with tourists and residents, had lots of activity, and is now nothing more than a ghost town. 

“I knew this place had gone down. But I didn’t know it was this bad!” exclaimed Patel, a California software engineer who recalled eating at a restaurant in the waterfront mall about a decade ago. He said, “I remember it being pretty nice back then.”

All that’s left of the mall is a Hooters restaurant. Baltimore Brew’s pictures show almost every other store has moved out.

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