In the ongoing discussion about what should be done with Harborplace, the prevailing view seems to be that one or both of its pavilions should be torn down. I would like to offer a contrary point of view. I believe that with the right ownership, Harborplace could become again the magnet it was for tourists and residents alike, a glowing attraction for Baltimore’s renaissance. The problem with Harborplace has been created by the last two owners, whose only vision appeared to be the dollar sign, and who had no sense of Baltimore as a community.
James Rouse Jr.: A contrary view for Baltimore’s Harborplace
September 8, 2021