The Can Company at 2400 Boston Street in Canton paid $88,605 in city property taxes in 2012. The two shopping centers that make up the Inner Harbor’s Harborplace pay $567,348 and $408,936, respectively, in property taxes.
BmoreMapped.com, a project developed during last weekend’s Hack for Change event, pulls property tax data from OpenBaltimore and places it into an interactive map, searchable by address. Darker colors indicate properties where the respective property tax is more per year.
The map itself was developed by Johns Hopkins University student Ryan Smith, who’s presently working toward his Ph.D. in biomedical engineering.-30-
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