Some have questioned the use of TIF to benefit what they characterize as a glitzy waterfront development for the wealthy, and why such tools are not used in other city neighborhoods. First, public infrastructure is a benefit that accrues to all citizens, whether rich, poor or middle class. Second, there are thousands of miles of taxpayer-funded infrastructure throughout Baltimore, servicing a great diversity of people. Not all of that infrastructure is in great shape, but that's a topic for another day. Further, TIFs have been used throughout the city: Frankford/Moravia, Belvedere Square, Mondawmin Mall, East Baltimore Development Inc. and Charles Village.