Downtown Baltimore generated approximately $1.119 billion in retail in 2018.Downtown Baltimore is thriving with development projects. Businesses are adding employees and developers are working hard to add new units to meet the high residential demand for Downtown living. And retailers are taking notice – brands like Bonobos Guideshop, The Red Boat, Blackwall Hitch, Warby Park, and The Four Seasons; markets like Whole Foods and Harris Teeter, as well as one-of-a-kind boutiques are part of Downtown’s growing retail mix. And with 42,913 residents, 119,690 employees, and over 26 million visitors each year, it’s no wonder.
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RECENT NOTABLE OPENINGS
250 West Pratt has a Pratt Street facing retail opportunity available. The 3,300 sq ft space has a two-story glass front and outdoor patio space. It's located in the ground floor of a fully occupied office building and directly next two a brand new Starbucks. Interested retailers should contact John Herman, (443) 285-5711.
Downtown Baltimore retail just got a little cooler with the opneing of Bonobos in Harbor East. The men's clothier offers trousers, shirts, suits, and accessories - and the store is stunning. Stop by and see for yourself.
Downtown’s F&B industry is going strong. Despite media attention to restaurant closures, restaurant performance in our data area is on-par with national averages. Check out our deeper look into the F&B industry and it's economic impact on Downtown Baltimore.
1 Pratt Plaza is a unique opportunity for free-standing retail/restaurant space at the northwest corner of Charles and Pratt Streets. The location will have direct exposure to 28,000+ cars and highest daytime population, directly across from the Baltimore Convention Center and nearby high occupancy office buildings.
The Pratt Street Plan is furthering the retail landscape and walkability of Baltimore's main street. A new build out at 10 E. Pratt Street has retail and restaurant opportunities at the busy intersection of Charles & Pratt Streets.
La Calle, a new modern take on Mexican food, has opened on South Street in Charles Center. The Happy Hour menu is loaded with delcious options for $5, Mon-Fri, 4-7pm.
The Red Boat recently debuted a second Downtown location, this time in the Charles Center neighborhood at 334 N. Charles Street. They are serving their signature spring rolls and banh mi sandwiches.
"A remarkable success is now underway: Developers are rushing to build apartments and hotels, young professionals are moving in, and a growing roster of sophisticated restaurants, boutiques and cultural spaces is finally luring travelers to this oft-underrated waterfront city.”—Architectural Digest