Harborplace will Get Seven More Temporary Merchants with Help from the Downtown Partnership’s BOOST Program

Baltimore’s Harborplace pavilions will get seven new temporary merchants by summer with help from the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore and its Black Owned and Operated Storefront Tenancy (BOOST) program.

MCB Real Estate, the owner of Harborplace, and the Downtown Partnership this week released the names of seven merchants who will each sign license agreements permitting them to be tenants at Harborplace for two years.

MCB has long-range plans to demolish the two retail pavilions at Pratt and Lights streets and replace them with a $500 million mixed-use development that includes two residential towers, shops, restaurants, offices and green space.