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Welcome!

Are you looking to lease or purchase commercial space
in Hamilton?

You came to the right place!

The Hamilton Business Association is the voice of business owners in Hamilton. As a participating member, you can vote on the budget, and know how funds are being spent to benefit your business and your customers.

Active business owners will benefit from the views of other business owners, who share their concerns about crime, advertising, special events, and all the myriad ways we work every day to keep customers coming in, and coming back again and again.

Find out what is going on behind-the-scenes in your business district, and help brainstorm about creative ways to bring strong businesses to the area that will help Hamilton continue to grow and thrive.

Join forces with like-minded business owners who care about Hamilton and their investment here as much as you do! We can all succeed if we all work together to move forward.

You care about your business and work hard every day in this tough economic climate. Take just one hour out of your month to come see what is happening in your business district, and see how we can help you!

The Hamilton Business Association meets at noon on the last Wednesday of the month, at the HARBEL center on Harford Road. We keep the meetings to 60 minutes or less, and provide pizza and soda for everyone. Be sure to join our email list so we can keep you up to date on the happenings in Hamilton, and send you friendly meeting reminders so you don’t miss anything! And be sure to Like Us on Facebook!

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Hamilton Business Association
c/o Hamilton Bakery
5414 Harford Road
Baltimore, MD 21214
410.254.0797

Kristin Hernandez, President
info@hamiltonbusinessassoc.com

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The Hamilton Business Association is a proud recipient of Baltimore Main Streets 2008 certification. Baltimore Main Streets is a commercial revitalization concept begun in Baltimore by the Mayor’s Office in 2000. It is a coveted award competed for by many neighborhoods. 
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