Here’s the press release from the powers that be:
BALTIMORE, Md. (April 4, 2012)—Baltimore area style aficionados will soon have four more reasons to choose the city as their retail therapy destination. Harbor East, the bustling neighborhood that is quickly becoming the city’s premier shopping locale, announced today that Anthropologie, J.Crew, Lululemon Athletica and MAC Cosmetics will be moving into spaces on the Aliceanna Street corridor. The fashionable retailers are scheduled to open in late summer 2012.
“We are excited to officially welcome four major retailers to the Harbor East community,” said Christopher Janian, development manager for Harbor East. “By continuing to attract prominent businesses to the area, promoting job growth and providing exciting new experiences to residents and visitors, the neighborhood is redefining urban life in Baltimore City.”
Anthropologie, a whimsical women’s clothing, accessories and home decor store, will occupy 9,581 square feet of space at 280 International Drive (Four Seasons Hotel on Katyn Circle).
Men and women’s clothing store J.Crew will occupy 7,188 square feet of space at 701 Aliceanna Street (Legg Mason Tower on Katyn Circle).
MAC Cosmetics will open at 618 S. Exeter Street, occupying 1,347 square feet (former site of Benjamin Lovell Shoes).
Lululemon Athletica, a yoga-inspired athletic apparel shop, will open at 820 Aliceanna Street to occupy 2,775 square feet of retail space (next to White House Black Market).
The Harbor East locations will be the first sites in Baltimore City for all four retailers. The chic new stores will cover more than 20,000 square feet of the Aliceanna Street corridor, presenting an unmatched shopping destination of local boutiques and national retailers.
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