Baltimore-based developer P. David Bramble is tasked with redeveloping Harborplace in the Inner Harbor. What once drew tourists in 1980 when it opened has dissipated with time; the Inner Harbor now has vacancies and an outdated feel.

Bramble said he wants to hear from the public about what they think the next iteration of the popular tourist site should be. He wants the Inner Harbor to be a place that all Baltimoreans can enjoy. So, we want to hear from you.

What do you want to see Harborplace transform into? What kind of shops or restaurants would bring you to frequent the Inner Harbor?

Give us your thoughts by filling out the form below or emailing me at abby.zimmardi@thebaltimorebanner.com. Responses will not be published without your consent.

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Abby Zimmardi is a reporter covering Howard County for The Baltimore Banner. Zimmardi earned her master’s degree from the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism in December 2022.

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