David Bramble Outlines Two-Step Strategy for Redeveloping Harborplace
David Bramble outlines two-step strategy for redeveloping Harborplace, including short-term tenants during ‘interim’ phase
The redevelopment of Harborplace will be carried out as a two-step process, starting with an “interim” phase involving short-term tenants, followed by a more permanent phase, with long-range occupants.
That’s the word from P. David Bramble, managing partner of MCB Real Estate, the company in charge of revitalizing the once-bustling, now-moribund retail pavilions at Pratt and Light streets.
During a panel discussion today that was organized by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, Bramble said he wasn’t yet ready to present his vision for redeveloping the three-acre waterfront parcel currently occupied by the twin shopping pavilions that opened to great fanfare in 1980 but are now nearly vacant. Read more on Baltimore Fishbowl.