EconView is an interactive mapping tool that collects and displays information about projects in the City of Baltimore’s “development pipeline” since 2010.
This site is a collaboration of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s Office of Economic and Neighborhood Development and Office of Information Technology, and is intended to help citizens, business owners, potential newcomers and investors gain a clearer picture of what is being planned, built and developed in their neighborhoods.
The main partnering agencies helping to build and maintain EconView are: Baltimore City Planning Department, Baltimore Housing, Department of Recreation and Parks, Baltimore City Department of Transportation, Baltimore Development Corporation, Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts. We welcome the public’s input and feedback as well, as we continue to develop the site.
EconView allows users to research projects in their neighborhoods and find key facts, such as construction timeframes, costs, project sponsors and individuals to contact for more information. Projects can be searched by entering an address or keyword, or by selecting from the dots and boundary areas on the map.
Other tools include the ability to download information as a spreadsheet via the “Export Data” tool (spreadsheets can easily be saved as Microsoft Excel files). And EconView’s Economic Data Tool enables users to query investment activity by neighborhood, City Council District or stage of development.
EconView will be updated on a quarterly basis. If you have questions about specific projects or development in the City of Baltimore in general, please email us at [email protected] (Email Link)

Click here to use EconView.