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Baltimore: Inner Harbor

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Here's Part 2 of the 4 part series of three Baltimore neighborhoods I recently visited. The Inner Harbor is nationally known for it's revitalization of downtown Baltimore. The most recent redevelopment is is the Harbor East area, a few blocks east of the main Inner harbor area. What was once parking lots just a couple years ago is now becoming a neighborhood full of highrises which will function as condos, hotels, retail space, and entertainment complexes.

Looking across a channel from Caroline Street at Lancaster Street and the developments along it in the Harbor East area. The building in the foreground is 701 South Eden Street, which will be a condo building.


Looing north up President Street at Arrival Roundabout. The Marriott Waterfront Hotel is on the left in the background, and The future Four Seasons Hotel site in on the left in the foreground. 800 Aliceanna Street (The Vue Harbor East) is on the right in the background, and the Spinnaker Bay condo building at the left in the foreground.


The Vue Harbor East on the left and Spinnaker Bay on the right.


Looking at the Inner harbor and Downtown from a pedestrian bridge.


Looking north up a channel to the Shot Tower. Condos are on the right.


The Baltimore Public Works Museum.


Looking at the Federal Hill neighborhood from Pier 5 in the Inner Harbor.


Looking down the Patapsco River from Pier 5 at the Domino Sugar Factory and some marinas.


The Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse on the right, and the Baltimore Aquarium and Baltimore skyline on the left. The Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse was originally located at the mouth of the Patapsco River.


The Baltimore Public Works Museum from the top of the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse.


Baltimore's skyline from the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse.


The upper end of Federal Hill from the lighthouse.


The USCGC Taney, docked at Pier 5. The Taney is the last ship still floating from the Pearl Harbor attack. In the background is Port Discovery.


On the right is Power Plant, a building that houses a variety of stores and restaurants (including the first ESPN Zone).


Some downtown skyscrapers from the Inner Harbor, including the Legg Mason Building at the very left, 100 East Pratt Street in front of the Legg Mason Building, and the Bank of America Building peeking out on the right.


The Legg Mason Building, Baltimore's tallest building at around 530 feet, with 100 East Pratt Street on the right.


The USS Constellation, the last Civil War ship still floating, with the Baltimore World Trade Center in the background.


Some of downtown Baltimore from Harborplace.


The Baltimore Aquarium on Pier 4 in the foreground, with the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel in the background.


The USS Constellation, with the Baltimore World Trade Center, the tallest equilateral five-sided building in the world.


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