Originally published October 28, 2016 by The Baltimore Sun As officials celebrated the start of the next building in Harbor East, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said it was the success of that neighborhood that convinced her to stand firm in her support of subsequent development projects — even when they came with controversial tax benefits. […]
Baltimore, In Vogue. Surrounded by monuments, museums, and historic and quirky neighborhoods, Harbor East celebrates the now. We are a destination where there is always something new and delicious to try.
Originally published September 30, 2016 by CBS Baltimore BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It may not seem like the best place to grow a garden, but it turns out Baltimore’s Inner Harbor works for oysters. Oyster shells are an investment in the future. “We’ve got about one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven young oysters […]
Originally published September 13, 2016 by Baltimore Business Journal Construction of the newest development on the city’s waterfront began this week: a 22-story tower in Harbor East to be called Liberty Harbor East. The $170 million development is located at 711 S. Central Ave., which for years has been a surface parking lot. The ground […]
Originally published August 30, 2016 By Baltimore magazine Come October, the industrial-machine-shop-turned-fine dining den that sits at the corner of Aliceanna and Spring streets will shed its Sicilian style in favor of South American flair. After operating Pazo for the last 12 years, Foreman Wolf Restaurant Group has decided to rebrand the space as Bar Vasquez—an […]
Originally published April 20, 2016 by Baltimore magazine Everyone’s favorite socially conscious eyewear brand, Warby Parker, is the latest addition to Harbor East’s booming luxury district. The new store, nestled between Sassanova and the recently opened Brooks Brothers, will be the brand’s only retail location in the area, offering customers immediate access to its […]
Originally published by the Baltimore Business Journal March 31, 2016 High-end men’s shoes manufacturer Allen Edmonds is headed to Harbor East. The retailer is taking 1,300 square feet at 635 S. President St. The space, located between the Hilton Garden Inn/Homewood Suites and Landmark Theatres, was previously occupied by Starbucks. The coffee shop last year moved to a […]