Benjamin Thompson’s Harborplace in Baltimore reimagined as a mixed-use development with buildings by Gensler, 3XN Architects, and BCT Design Group

Baltimore’s iconic but largely vacant festival market, Harborplace, will be replaced with a $500 million development consisting of two residential towers, offices, shops, restaurants, and expanded public space, under a plan unveiled this week by the company that acquired the waterfront property last summer.

MCB Real Estate of Baltimore is the developer behind the initiative to “reimagine” and expand on the 3.2-acre, city-owned parcel where the visionary developer James Rouse opened Harborplace in 1980.

The master plan from Gensler envisions a mixed-use development (Courtesy Gensler)

The design team is led by the Baltimore office of Gensler. Other design team members include 3XN Architects of

→ Continue reading at The Architect's Newspaper

[ufc-fb-comments url=""]

Latest Articles

Related Articles