HarborPlace and the Gallery is going through a bit of a makeover in an effort to redefine itself and the shopping experience. In a press release from Weinberg Harris & Associates, Christopher Schardt, Senior General Manager of Harborplace & The Gallery says they are focusing on “providing a unique variety of shopping and dining destinations for our consumers.”
Here are some of the shopping center’s recent arrivals and new tenants:
Francesca’s Collections (now open): What they are: A unique boutique that features the latest women’s fashion, jewelry, accessories, and gifts. Who they are: One of the fastest growing women’s fashion retailers whose eclectic offerings are inspired by discriminate world travelers.
IT’SUGAR: (opening Summer 2011) What they are: a trendy international novelty candy shop featuring clothing, accessories, gifts, and sweet treats for all ages. Who they are: “A place that takes candy and turns it into an experience. It’s a place about joy, taste, color, and sound.”
Lenny’s Deli (opening Spring 2011, Pratt Street Pavilion)
H&M (opening Spring 2011, Light Street Pavilion)
More changes are coming Baltimore’s way for both local shoppers and visiting travelers. If all goes as planned, the revitalized HarborPlace will add more value to the Inner Harbor’s overall dining and shopping experience.