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Governor Announces Awards For 376 Businesses to Revitalize Downtowns and Main Streets

December 7th, 2022 by WCBC Radio

Governor Larry Hogan today announced awards for 376 businesses through Project Restore, an economic recovery initiative that provides financial incentives for small businesses to revitalize vacant retail and commercial spaces. A total of 376 businesses in all 23 counties and Baltimore City will receive $24.5 million through the initiative—including $8.8 million in property assistance grants and $15.7 million in business operations grants.

“Project Restore has been an incredible success in advancing our mission to make Maryland Open For Business, and today’s awards extend that impact even further in downtowns and on Main Streets across the state,” said Governor Hogan. “We’re now able to extend the initiative’s impact even further across the state—with just over 80% of this round of grants going to minority-owned businesses—supporting jobs and economic recovery for years to come.”

Here is the list of Allegany County projects:

Allegany 69 Baltimore LLC Hotel Allegany Aeon Technologies, L.L.C. Office Space Allegany Ally B. Ceramics Retail Space Allegany BAM Fitness and Nutrition, LLC Manufacturing/Industrial Space Allegany D'Atri Subs Etc Restaurant Space Allegany Elijah Opel Studio Allegany Historic Frostburg, a Maryland Main Street Community Retail Space Allegany Ladybug Boutique Retail Space Allegany Lost Mountain BBQ Restaurant Space Allegany Lyve.Digtal Retail Space Allegany Mezzo's Arts Venue Allegany Mockreality, LLC Office Space Allegany Mountain Massage Wellness Spa Office Space Allegany MVP Youth, Inc. Office Space Allegany Runners Wings Retail Space Allegany Sand Springs Saloon & Steakhouse Retail Space Allegany Stealios Retail Space