Harbor East and Knits, Soy & Metal today announced that Homegrown Baltimore, a collection of Baltimore-based and women-owned small businesses, is now open in Harbor East. The pop-up shop, located at 830 Aliceanna Street in the former Amaryllis space, houses local artisans Knits, Soy & Metal, B.Willow, and Cedar & Cotton.
Homegrown Baltimore, curated by Knits, Soy & Metal owner Letta Moore, was born out of the desire to highlight some of Baltimore’s talented artisans in a collective spirit, offering lifestyle goods and personalized experiences including workshops and events.
The new pop-up features three women-owned brands. Knits, Soy & Metal produces handmade, vegan-friendly products sourced in the USA. Its all-natural 100% soy candles are hand poured in small batches in Baltimore to produce the best quality and freshness using scents that range from earthy, to floral, to culinary-inspired.
With a focus on Baltimore, B.Willow hopes to bring more nature into people’s homes, businesses, schools, and organizations by offering indoor plants, terrariums, vintage and locally made planters, floral design, and workshops.
Rounding out Homegrown Baltimore’s mix, Cedar & Cotton expertly curates, refurbishes, and handcrafts an eclectic mix of furniture, accessories, and lighting. Its signature style blends traditional with the unexpected and often incorporates themes from nature, African prints, and metallic accents.
Harbor East recently announced men’s e-retailer Bonobos as a neighboring tenant at 840 Aliceanna Street. Bonobos is scheduled to open late spring/early summer 2018.
Homegrown Baltimore will be open daily from noon to 7 p.m. and will regularly offer workshops, classes, and events such as candle making and terrarium building. A grand opening event is planned for Wednesday, May 23 from 5 to 8 p.m.
- Councilwoman Odette Ramos asks the public to skip Hampden’s ‘Miracle on 34th St.’ - December 22, 2020
- Baltimore mayoral candidates to debate in NAACP forum Thursday, Oct. 22 - October 21, 2020
- Maryland casinos’ September revenue up one percent from 2019 despite limited capacity due to COVID-19 - October 6, 2020