An appellate panel reversed a $1 million judgment awarded to Harborplace tenant Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., which had sued over sub-par conditions at the downtown retail pavilions. The Court of Special Appeals reversed the award in a reported opinion Thursday, ...Read More »
Harborplace, the city’s signature 32-year-old tourism hub, is being sold to New York-based Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp. for an undisclosed price. General Growth Properties, which acquired Harborplace as part of its November 2004 purchase of The Rouse Co., will close the ...
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Harborplace retailers changing? An affiliate of General Growth Properties Inc. may operate Harborplace for another 75 years, but that hardly guarantees that the retailers there will enjoy the same longevity. The proposed deal between Harbor Place Associates Limited Partnership and ...Read More »
An affiliate of General Growth Properties Inc. may operate Harborplace for another 75 years — assuming the city Board of Estimates approves its lease extension on Wednesday — but that hardly guarantees that the retailers there will enjoy the same longevity.Read More »
William Donald Schaefer’s parting gift to his beloved city will help to pay for flowers, neighborhood improvements and even flagpoles.
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The Inner Harbor’s revival is starting to come to fruition as the curtain lifts on the biggest changes at the Light Street Pavilion since it opened three decades ago. Several new restaurants and attractions will open in the pavilion this ...Read More »
Tough decisions are being made in Annapolis about the state budget, and the long-time director of the Walter’s Art Museum announced he would be stepping down. Those stories and more in this week’s business top 5. 1. Analyst: ‘Doomsday Budget’ ...Read More »
There are encouraging signs of renewal amid the noise and sawdust at Harborplace, the Baltimore waterfront’s aging, iconic centerpiece that turns 32 years old this summer. While the extreme makeover is still a work in progress and some current tenants ...Read More »
Changes are coming to the Rotunda in Hampden and to the Light Street Pavilion at Harborplace, and East Baltimore residents rallied again in protest of EBDI. Those stories and more in this week’s business top 5. 1. Rotunda changes loom ...Read More »