Earlier this month, The City of Frederick hosted "Frederick Day in Annapolis" – an annual event that allows City staff and community ambassadors an important opportunity to discuss local priority projects directly with State decision-makers.
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Mixed-use development has become an increasingly popular model within the American real estate sector. Given Frederick’s long tradition of a strong community-feel and its already vibrant downtown core, it is hardly surprising this trend has been enthusiastically embraced locally. Here we take a look at four mixed-use projects taking place across the City of Frederick.
This month, our Partner Spotlight highlights Tamar Osterman, Senior Business Development Representative with Maryland Department of Commerce.
The City of Frederick Department of Economic Development (DED) works closely with Tamar and her position at the State to connect potential, new, and expanding City businesses to assistance available through the State of Maryland.
Having a hard time wrapping your head around the real-life implications of the Opportunity Zones?
We were too until we recruited guest speakers from the State and a local accounting firm to host a recent Opportunity Zone Informational Session in Frederick. If you missed the opportunity — don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
The Downtown Frederick Partnership has launched two new grant programs to address the risk of fire in historic buildings. Learn more about the programs and see if you're eligible at downtownfrederick.org.
Governor Larry Hogan has announced the appointment of Kelly M. Schulz as secretary of the Maryland Department of Commerce. Schulz, a Frederick County resident, previously served as the local representative in Maryland House of Delegates, and most recently served as the secretary of the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR).
Last Friday, the Governor’s Office of Small, Minority, and Women- Owned Businesses, in partnership with the City of Frederick and Frederick County Offices of Economic Development, hosted Ready, Set, GROW! — a free workshop aimed at providing an overview of public & private procurement programs. During the event, the Governor’s office took the opportunity to honor three Frederick business owners for exceptional business and community leadership.
Frederick had an impressive showing at the Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland 2018 Champions of MD Manufacturing Awards Gala. A huge congratulations to the City of Frederick’s STULZ Air Technology Systems, Inc. on receiving the prestigious award for Energy and Sustainability.