That is the very question posed by website Neighborland, which just recently added Baltimore to its roster of cities. The social media site asks users to fill in the blank of what they want in a specific neighborhood. Locals have already posted: "I want a bicycle lane in Bolton Hill," "I want an art gallery in Charles Village," and "I want a coffee shop/cafe north of Patterson Park."
The site aims to connect people through these requests (you can click "me too" if you agree with a suggestion) to, eventually, incite change in each city. Launched in New Orleans last year, Neighborland has already generated events and collaborations between residents, neighborhood organizations, and development groups.
So, the question is simple: What's missing in your neighborhood?
[Image: courtesy of Neighborland]