Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore released updated conceptual designs for the completion of Rash Field Park in the Inner Harbor.
A historic $166 million investment in state funding to revitalize Baltimore’s downtown and Inner Harbor area was announced Thursday.
Here's what nine local leaders, experts and other stakeholders say they would most like to see included in a new-and-improved Harborplace.
Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore, Baltimore Development Corporation and Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks on Wednesday issued a request for qualifications (RFQ) from restaurateurs and food purveyors to operate the waterfront café at Rash Field Park.
Baltimore filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday alleging Monsanto Co. knowingly sold toxic chemicals that have caused “tens of millions of dollars” in damages to the city’s water. The complaint for public nuisance and products liability claims that polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) manufactured by Monsanto, used in products such as paint, coolants, inks and lubricants, were known [&hell[...]
Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is not under siege, but it will appear to be until June 5th while El Galeon, a Spanish tall ship, is docked at Pier 1 next to the USS Constellation. This replica of a 16th-century Spanish galleon was built in Spain in 2009 and measures 170 feet long by 125 feet tall, […]
Got an idea for something fun to do on the docks of the Inner Harbor? You might want to share it with the Baltimore Development Corp. In a request for proposals issued Thursday, the BDC said it is looking for written proposals for new water attractions in the floating docks between the Constellation Pier and […]
The Maryland Dove is berthed at Pier 1 in the Inner Harbor, opposite the USS Constellation. The Dove is a re-creation/replica of a late 17th-century English trading ship which made the first expedition from England to the Province of Maryland. Built over a fifteen-month period by Maryland resident James B. Richardson, it was launched in […]
In 1981, then-Mayor William Donald Schaefer welcomed fish, dolphins and sharks to Baltimore. Today, the National Aquarium is celebrating its 35th anniversary. The Baltimore landmark has hosted more than 50 million guests since it first opened and is home to almost 20,000 animals. The aquarium has seen its fair share of changes over the years […]
The Express BusLink launched by the Maryland Transit Administration earlier this week is touted as a better way to connect Baltimore’s suburbs, but one of the big winners is the Harbor East and Harbor Point developments in the city. The service, part of the wider $135 million BaltimoreLink overhaul, connects Towson to White Marsh, Owings […]
The council, which oversees building maintenance, has been involved in lawsuits with an owner who claimed the group was slow to make repairs to the building.
The National Aquarium plans to invest $14 million to revamp its downtown campus with a model urban waterfront. Plans call for terraced edges near the Inner Harbor waterfront to allow visitors and residents to get closer to the water. There will also be recreations of Chesapeake Bay and wetland habitats in the water between Piers […]