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Developer Sees Baltimore as 'Blank Canvas,' Proposes Sweeping $10B Redevelopment

During an interview last month, Kahan S. Dhillon, a private developer, said he had met with several city business representatives, some elected officials and community advocates to discuss the plan.

A private developer from Northern Virginia is seeking to embark on a large-scale, $10 billion public and private redevelopment of Baltimore under a plan he has named "The Baltimore Renaissance."

Kahan S. Dhillon Jr. said Wednesday he is seeking to meet with Mayor Catherine Pugh to outline his plan that would "identify, plan, and craft plans for the revitalization of a minimum of 70 Renaissance sites throughout the entire city, with a minimum of five sites in every City Council district that all work as economic feeder system between each other," a synopsis of the plan released Wednesday said.

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