Inner Harbor

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

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

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.

| September 23, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Digital Harbor High School Principal Dr. Taiisha Swinton-Buck Honored on ‘TODAY’ Show

Digital Harbor High School Principal Dr. Taiisha Swinton-Buck Honored on ‘TODAY’ Show

This morning, Digital Harbor High School principal Dr. Taiisha Swinton-Buck was spotlighted on the popular NBC show TODAY. Dr. Swinton-Buck, who is in her third year at Digital Harbor, was named the Maryland Principal of the Year in 2021.

| September 20, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Codetta Bake Shop and National Aquarium Featured on Good Morning America

Codetta Bake Shop and National Aquarium Featured on Good Morning America

Riverside’s Codetta Bake Shop was among the businesses and sites around Baltimore featured on the Good Morning America (GMA) segment called ‘Rise and shine, Maryland!’

| September 13, 2021 | 0 Comments
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2020 Census: South Baltimore Peninsula Gains 4,071 Residents, Baltimore City Loses 27,471 Residents

2020 Census: South Baltimore Peninsula Gains 4,071 Residents, Baltimore City Loses 27,471 Residents

While Baltimore City continues to lose population, the South Baltimore Peninsula continues to buck the trend with significant population gains. Baltimore City has lost 27,471 residents since 2010, but the South Baltimore Peninsula has gained 4,071 residents in the past decade, according the 2020 Census.

| August 16, 2021 | 0 Comments
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New Children’s Novel ‘The Renegade Reporters’ Based in Federal Hill

New Children’s Novel ‘The Renegade Reporters’ Based in Federal Hill

Author Elissa Brent Weissman just released her new children’s novel The Renegade Reporters with publisher Penguin. The book is set in Federal Hill where Weissman lived for 15 years before relocating to Christchurch, New Zealand in 2019.

| August 12, 2021 | 0 Comments
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South Baltimore Development Photo Tour

South Baltimore Development Photo Tour

There is a lot of construction taking place in South Baltimore, so here is a photo tour of all the real estate developments in the area.

| June 17, 2021 | 0 Comments
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B’More SUP Opens Paddle Boarding Location at the Inner Harbor

B’More SUP Opens Paddle Boarding Location at the Inner Harbor

B’More SUP, a Baltimore-based paddle board fitness brand, announced today it’s opening a location at the Inner Harbor Marina, which is in the same building as the Rusty Scupper at 402 E. Key Hwy. B’More SUP will offer small-group paddle experiences around the harbor.

| June 16, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Free ‘Waterfront Wellness’ Outdoor Fitness Lineup at the Inner Harbor Announced

Free ‘Waterfront Wellness’ Outdoor Fitness Lineup at the Inner Harbor Announced

Classes will take place every Saturday and Sunday morning at West Shore Park in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, and every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evening at Harbor Point Central Plaza as follows:

| June 3, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Waterfront Partnership Seeks an Operator for Rash Field Café

Waterfront Partnership Seeks an Operator for Rash Field Café

Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore, Baltimore Development Corporation, and Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks today issued a request for qualifications (RFQ) from restaurateurs and food purveyors to operate the waterfront café at Rash Field Park, which is currently under construction at the Inner Harbor.

| June 2, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Vegan Restaurants ‘Double Zero’ and ‘Liora’ to Open July 1st at 414 Light Street

Vegan Restaurants ‘Double Zero’ and ‘Liora’ to Open July 1st at 414 Light Street

Santa Monica, California-based Matthew Kenney Cuisine (MKC) will open vegan restaurants Double Zero and Liora in adjacent retail spaces at 414 Light Street in Otterbein/Inner Harbor on July 1st. This is the fourth location for the Double Zero pizza brand and the first location for Liora, which will be a vegan take on Baltimore cuisine.

| May 26, 2021 | 0 Comments
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New ‘Visit Baltimore’ Scuplture Added to the Inner Harbor

New ‘Visit Baltimore’ Scuplture Added to the Inner Harbor

Visit Baltimore, the marketing organization for the City of Baltimore that promotes hospitality and tourism, unveiled a new sculpture of its logo at the Inner Harbor last week. The sculpture, which is the second one unveiled by Visit Baltimore, is located at Area 10 which is a grass space in between the World Trade Center and the National Aquarium.

| May 24, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Inner Harbor Kayak Tours Return this Weekend

Inner Harbor Kayak Tours Return this Weekend

Waterfront Partnership’s Healthy Harbor Initiative and Baltimore City Recreation & Parks will kick off the Inner Harbor Kayak Tours on May 2 to continue every Sunday from April to October at 9am and 1pm.

| April 29, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Hand-Painted Skateboard Decks Now Being Auctioned to Benefit Jake’s Skate Park

Hand-Painted Skateboard Decks Now Being Auctioned to Benefit Jake’s Skate Park

To support Jake’s Skate Park at Rash Field Park in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, Waterfront Partnership announced today it is hosting a virtual fundraiser and online auction running from April 8 at 9:00 a.m. to April 9 at 9:00 p.m. featuring hand-painted skateboard decks from 50 professional and amateur artists from the Baltimore community including Robert McClintock, Crystal Moll, Baltimore skateboard professional Joey Jett, and others.

| April 8, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Domino Sugars Sign Becomes a Popular Meme

Domino Sugars Sign Becomes a Popular Meme

As the neon Domino Sugars sign was coming down over the weekend, the “no” was left up and a lot of Baltimoreans had fun making a meme of it. The sign, which sits at the company’s Key Hwy. campus and overlooks the Inner Harbor, is in process of being replaced with an LED version.

| March 17, 2021 | 0 Comments
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100-Acres of Property Available at the North Locust Point Marine Terminal

100-Acres of Property Available at the North Locust Point Marine Terminal

Maryland Department of Transportation’s Port Administration (MPA) has put out a Request for Information (RFI) for approximately 100 acres of available real estate at the North Locust Point Marine Terminal (NLP), which is part of the Port of Baltimore. The property is along the Inner Harbor, stretching from Hull St. to the west and Wallace St. to the east.

| March 16, 2021 | 0 Comments
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SipAhoy CycleBoats Launching Cruises Out of Harborview This Spring

SipAhoy CycleBoats Launching Cruises Out of Harborview This Spring

SipAhoy CycleBoats, a cycle boat that will cruise through the Inner Harbor, is launching this spring from a slip at Harborview Marina in Federal Hill. Severna Park native Dillon Wain is launching the business with private investment and a group of longtime friends and captains who will be his crew members.

| March 15, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Artist-Painted Skateboards to be Auctioned at Fundraiser for Jake’s Skatepark at Rash Field

Artist-Painted Skateboards to be Auctioned at Fundraiser for Jake’s Skatepark at Rash Field

“Our Spring Fundraiser features over 50 hand painted skateboard decks all available for auction. Professional, student, and volunteer artists have generously donated their time to create spectacular pieces of skateboard art that you can bid on! All proceeds from the sales of the skateboard decks will go towards Jake’s Skate Park.”

| March 3, 2021 | 0 Comments
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