Wooing DC workers to live in Baltimore

Two years ago, Jennifer Tahan, an analyst for the federal government in Washington, D.C., lived in a tiny but pricey apartment in a city that was close to her job but never felt like home. “D.C. just felt like a very transient city, people were always coming and going,” said Tahan, now 26, who grew up ...

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