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In 2010, Baltimore had 16,800 vacants. Eight years and millions of dollars later, the number is down to 16,500

Eight years and tens of millions of dollars later, officials count 16,500 vacant buildings in the city. The city faces two principle obstacles to putting a dent in that number: the lengthy legal process it must follow to take control of buildings, and the rate at which people are leaving Baltimore.
Source: Sun

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