Retail plans back on track following the great recession

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WHOLE FOODS IN HARBOR EAST - ARIANNE TEEPLE
WHOLE FOODS IN HARBOR EAST – ARIANNE TEEPLE

Take a look around Greater Baltimore and you’ll notice that several retail developments that stalled because of the Great Recession and other challenges are now moving forward once again.

Work is progressing on Canton Crossing, located on a former Exxon tank field. Scheduled to open in October, it will have a Target, Harris Teeter and many other national retailers and restaurants. The owner of Samos is opening a quick, casual version of the popular Greektown restaurant.
Through the continued development of Harbor East, the city’s urban fabric has been expanded with high-rise residential and street-level restaurants and retail. Under Armour last month opened its first non-outlet retail store. MAC Cosmetics, White House|Black Market, J. Crew and Anthropologie all opened in the last year. Developer Englewood LLC is building a 205-room Hyatt Place hotel at 511 S. Central Ave., with 15,000 square feet of retail.
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