As someone who happily lives very close to Orioles Park (btw I always love when I come on here and see someone bash where I live) we actually could use more restaurants to the west of OPACY.
Parenthetical part not directed at you Mike to be clear.
That's good, if they do end up doing this west of MLK. My point was more that Baltimore could use more of the basics vs something to try and pull in more visitors when plenty of that already exists nearby. Obviously affordable homes and grocery stores don't make lots of money for the developers, but since the state is apparently putting a lot of money into this, that ought to change the arithmetic.