This interior photograph shows the Light Street Pavilion at Harborplace Mall. This Inner Harbor mall was opened in 1980 as the centerpiece of the downtown revival. The mall originally consisted of two two-story pavilions, Pratt St. and Light St. Pavilion. In 1987 they were joined by a four story building. Named "The Gallery", this new addition is connected to the nearby Renaissance Hotel.
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Shopping Centers -- Shopping Malls; Cities and Towns -- Maryland -- Baltimore;
United States of America
Smolski, Chet and Rouse, James W., "Baltimore: Harborplace Mall Light Street Pavilion" (1985). Browse All. 415.
shopping malls; Baltimore, Maryland;