The shelves have been stocked and the cash registers tested for Wednesday’s opening of Harris Teeter’s upscale supermarket in Locust Point — part of a broader development push that is likely to bring Baltimore as much retail space as a regional shopping mall.
Harris Teeter, offering hundreds of gourmet cheeses, curbside pickup of online orders and cafe seating on a balcony, will anchor the mixed-use McHenry Row development, one of several shopping centers being built or planned in the city.
In Canton, developers of a proposed $50 million shopping center are talking to several large retailers as anchors. In Remington, the proposed 25th Street Station retail and housing development is to be anchored by Walmart. And along Pratt Street near Baltimore’s harbor, national chains are eyeing space and hoping to serve a growing number of downtown residents.
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