Accordingly, the announcement included no master plan, no fancy architectural renderings. A consultant's report about the initiative includes specific ideas but in the form of a guidebook rather than a roadmap. Andrew Frank, Mr. Daniels' advisor on economic development and formerly a top aide in City Hall, said the funds will likely be used to seed an investment pool to provide gap financing for real estate development projects in the area and to provide community betterment grants, among other things. He said the university hopes to leverage its investment to provide a total of as much as $60 million over the next five years. But what gets done will be determined through collaboration between the university and the community. Meanwhile, Mr. Daniels said Hopkins would increase its efforts to hire and purchase locally and would focus more resources from its School of Education into community schools.