MCB Real Estate Plans Public Forum and Launches Facebook Page to Answer Questions

With 10 days to go before Baltimore’s Planning Commission is scheduled to take a key vote that will affect the Inner Harbor, Mayor Brandon Scott and developer P. David Bramble are holding a public forum to answer questions about Bramble’s $500 million plan to redevelop Harborplace.

The two-hour event, called the “Mayor’s Public Forum on Harborplace,” will take place at the Middle Branch Fitness and Wellness Center, 201 Reedbird Ave., on Tuesday, Dec. 12, from 6 to 8 p.m. Scott and Bramble, a managing partner of MCB Real Estate, will lead the discussion.

MCB has also launched a Facebook page to answer questions about its project, which calls for demolition of the two Harborplace pavilions at Pratt and Light streets and construction of about 900 apartments in two high-rise buildings, plus office space, shops, restaurants and expanded parkland, including a two-tier waterfront promenade.