Inner Harbor’s ‘The Gallery at Harborplace’ Mall to Close by the End of the Year

| September 23, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Gallery at Harborplace mall at 200 E. Pratt St. at the Inner Harbor will be closing by the end of the year. This story was first reported by Patch on September 13th and more details were revealed yesterday in The Baltimore Sun.

The Baltimore Sun is reporting tenants have been told they have to vacate by the end of the year. Brookfield Properties is the owner of the mall space. The 30-story building also includes offices and the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel. The hotel was sold last year to the Buccini/Pollin Group for $80 million.

From The Baltimore Sun:

“We are currently evaluating several potential options to reposition the Gallery that will meet the needs of the market,” said Brookfield spokeswoman Laura Montross in an email. “We will keep you informed on updates as we are able.”

A quote from the office of Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott included in the article:

“The city will continue to work with Brookfield as they consider options for significant improvements and investment in the Gallery to meet the needs of the market,” said Stefanie Mavronis, a spokeswoman for the Democratic mayor.

Tenants remaining at the four-story mall include co-working office Spaces, Custom Made T-Shirts, All Cell, Bath & Body Works, Pandora, Forever 21, Sports Unlimited, and Lamesa. Several stores have left in recent years including Aldo, Victoria’s Secret, Brooks Brothers, and Bunzzz Sports Bar & Grill. DTLR closed in recent weeks.

The closure of The Gallery at Harborplace is another blow for the retail options at the Inner Harbor as the Harborplace shopping pavilions are in receivership and continue to lose tenants. Large retail tenants Jos. A Bank and Brio Tuscan Grille closed at 100 E. Pratt St. in recent years.

A new retail pavilion is planned for 10 E. Pratt St., but has yet to break ground.

Screenshot from Google Maps

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