Gov. Charlie Baker is trying to leverage Massachusetts's vast real estate holdings to try to generate development and revenue for the state, including the struggling MBTA.

With the slogan "the Commonwealth is Open for Business," Baker's administration plans to hold an open house to attract potential buyers, lessees and developers interested in using state-owned property.

Many of the state agencies that hold land will take part in Monday's event at the Transportation Building in Boston, including the Department of Transportation and MassDevelopment. Baker plans to kick off the event, which MBTA real estate chief Mark Boyle says already has over 300 registered guests.

"As you can imagine, an industry or developer or a company wants to buy property in Massachusetts — it's like, 'Where do I start?'" Boyle said.

The T is also considering other methods to help make ends meet for the troubled transit system, including raising parking fees at its subway garages and commuter rail lots.