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How a developer’s reimagining of the Inner Harbor is getting a $67.5 million boost from taxpayers

October 6, 2022

The future owner of Harborplace in downtown Baltimore will have a hand in deciding how tens of millions of dollars of taxpayer money are spent fixing up the area immediately surrounding the aging pavilions on the city’s waterfront. David Bramble and his firm MCB Real Estate want to redevelop Harborplace — the mostly vacant twin pavilions in the Inner Harbor — and build a 40-story tower on a parking lot across Pratt Street. Both likely would receive a boost from $67.5 million of taxpayer money set aside by the Maryland legislature for the Inner Harbor.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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