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By Luke Lavoie, llavoie@tribune.com | April 15, 2014
Women's clothing retailers Anthropologie and Talbots are among three retailers that will be added this summer to the Columbia mall's expansion wing, the mall announced Tuesday. Anthropologie, which sells accessories, gifts and home decor in addition to clothing, is going to open a 9,142-square-foot store; Talbots, a women's classic apparel and accessories retailer, will move into a 10,980-square-foot space. The two will be joined by Maggiano's Little Italy, a restaurant that offers classic and contemporary Italian-American recipes.
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By Luke Lavoie, llavoie@tribune.com | April 15, 2014
Women's clothing retailers Anthropologie and Talbots are among three retailers that will be added this summer to the Columbia mall's expansion wing, the mall announced Tuesday. Anthropologie, which sells accessories, gifts and home decor in addition to clothing, is going to open a 9,142-square-foot store; Talbots, a women's classic apparel and accessories retailer, will move into a 10,980-square-foot space. The two will be joined by Maggiano's Little Italy, a restaurant that offers classic and contemporary Italian-American recipes.
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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | December 8, 2011
Architects for apparel and home décor retailer Anthropologie have been asked to return to the Baltimore Planning Department with revised preliminary designs for a store slated to open next year at the base of the Four Seasons Hotel in Harbor East. Baltimore's Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel reviewed storefront plans on Thursday showing an entrance with a redwood and steel façade above glass doors, a design the store's architects said was inspired by a ship's hull. "We're excited to have a store in the harbor," said John Gwin, a member of the chain's store design team.
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By Lorraine Mirabella, Baltimore Sun | March 10, 2014
Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics will open its first Baltimore store early this summer at Harbor East. The retailer bills itself as offering "ethical" skin care, hair care and bath and body products. It will open its fourth Maryland store at 1001 Aliceanna Street, Harbor East representatives said, joining national retailers Under Armour Brand House, J.Crew, Anthropologie, lululemon athletica, MAC Cosmetics, City Sports and White House/Black Market along with regional and local shops.
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Lorraine Mirabella | July 18, 2012
J. Crew and Anthropologie will open their planned Harbor East stores next week, the developer of the waterfront neighborhood said Wednesday. J. Crew will open next Wednesday at the base of the Legg Mason Tower on International Drive,  followed by Anthropologie on Friday at the base of the Four Seasons Hotel, also on International Drive. The retailers had announced the new store locations, the first in Baltimore city, in April. Also coming soon to the Harbor East retail scene -- MAC Cosmetics, with an opening date to be announced, and Lululemon Athletica, expected to open in the next couple of months, Harbor East Management Group said.
FEATURES
By Megan Isennock, Special to The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2012
Bridesmaids gifts are tricky. Getting your bridesmaids accessories to wear for the wedding (which seems to be customary) is a nice gesture but can come off as controlling. You've already (most likely) picked out their dress, given notes on hair and make up, and told them which shoes to buy. Gifting them matching jewelry to be worn on the day of could be met with a complicated mix of gratitude and attitude. I've been struggling with what to give my bridesmaids, and my research inspired me to come up with a list of suggestions for other brides.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, Baltimore Sun | March 10, 2014
Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics will open its first Baltimore store early this summer at Harbor East. The retailer bills itself as offering "ethical" skin care, hair care and bath and body products. It will open its fourth Maryland store at 1001 Aliceanna Street, Harbor East representatives said, joining national retailers Under Armour Brand House, J.Crew, Anthropologie, lululemon athletica, MAC Cosmetics, City Sports and White House/Black Market along with regional and local shops.
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2012
The addition of four national retailers - Anthropologie, J. Crew, MAC Cosmetics and Lululemon Athletica - at Harbor East could solidify the Baltimore waterfront neighborhood as one of the region's top shopping destinations, local retail consultants and business owners said Wednesday. "It makes downtown even more vibrant and attractive to high-quality, upscale retailers," said Mark Millman, chief executive officer of the retail executive hiring firm Millman Search Group in Owings Mills.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | June 26, 2013
Twice a year, Kathleen Case and her husband, Skip, ditch Ellicott City and their fast-paced corporate lives. They pack up the car and head to Western Maryland for a chance to be one with nature - enjoying fresh air, wildlife sightings and high-thread-count sheets. "It's kind of pretend roughing it in the woods," the change management consultant said of long weekends at Frostburg's Savage River Lodge with Skip, an industrial real estate consultant. The comfy cabin experience "has all of the sensual aspects of being in nature and in the woods, but at the same time, it is something that you can step right into.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2013
Deborah Seymour lives in Federal Hill. But working at Laureate Education Inc. and shopping and dining in Harbor East means much of her life happens on the other side of the harbor. "Between the restaurants and the retail, it is a place where you can spend a lot of time," she said. "It has become a neighborhood that you just don't leave after work. It has become a destination. " The growth along the brick-paved sidewalks has been accelerating, turning Harbor East into the city's hottest shopping destination.
TRAVEL
By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | June 26, 2013
Twice a year, Kathleen Case and her husband, Skip, ditch Ellicott City and their fast-paced corporate lives. They pack up the car and head to Western Maryland for a chance to be one with nature - enjoying fresh air, wildlife sightings and high-thread-count sheets. "It's kind of pretend roughing it in the woods," the change management consultant said of long weekends at Frostburg's Savage River Lodge with Skip, an industrial real estate consultant. The comfy cabin experience "has all of the sensual aspects of being in nature and in the woods, but at the same time, it is something that you can step right into.
FEATURES
By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2013
Deborah Seymour lives in Federal Hill. But working at Laureate Education Inc. and shopping and dining in Harbor East means much of her life happens on the other side of the harbor. "Between the restaurants and the retail, it is a place where you can spend a lot of time," she said. "It has become a neighborhood that you just don't leave after work. It has become a destination. " The growth along the brick-paved sidewalks has been accelerating, turning Harbor East into the city's hottest shopping destination.
FEATURES
By Megan Isennock, Special to The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2012
Bridesmaids gifts are tricky. Getting your bridesmaids accessories to wear for the wedding (which seems to be customary) is a nice gesture but can come off as controlling. You've already (most likely) picked out their dress, given notes on hair and make up, and told them which shoes to buy. Gifting them matching jewelry to be worn on the day of could be met with a complicated mix of gratitude and attitude. I've been struggling with what to give my bridesmaids, and my research inspired me to come up with a list of suggestions for other brides.
BUSINESS
Lorraine Mirabella | July 18, 2012
J. Crew and Anthropologie will open their planned Harbor East stores next week, the developer of the waterfront neighborhood said Wednesday. J. Crew will open next Wednesday at the base of the Legg Mason Tower on International Drive,  followed by Anthropologie on Friday at the base of the Four Seasons Hotel, also on International Drive. The retailers had announced the new store locations, the first in Baltimore city, in April. Also coming soon to the Harbor East retail scene -- MAC Cosmetics, with an opening date to be announced, and Lululemon Athletica, expected to open in the next couple of months, Harbor East Management Group said.
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2012
The addition of four national retailers - Anthropologie, J. Crew, MAC Cosmetics and Lululemon Athletica - at Harbor East could solidify the Baltimore waterfront neighborhood as one of the region's top shopping destinations, local retail consultants and business owners said Wednesday. "It makes downtown even more vibrant and attractive to high-quality, upscale retailers," said Mark Millman, chief executive officer of the retail executive hiring firm Millman Search Group in Owings Mills.
BUSINESS
Eileen Ambrose | April 4, 2012
Yes! Fashionistas don't have to drive to the 'burbs to get style. Baltimore's Harbor East announced that four popular retailers will open late summer along the Aliceanna Street corridor.  Anthropologie will open at 280 International Drive in the Four Seasons Hotel. J. Crew, which abandoned downtown Baltimore in 2009, will be housed at 701 Aliceanna St., in the Legg Mason Tower. Lululemon Athletica, a sport apparel shop that gets its inspiration from yoga, will move into 820 Aliceanna St., which neighbors the White House Black Market.
BUSINESS
Eileen Ambrose | April 4, 2012
Yes! Fashionistas don't have to drive to the 'burbs to get style. Baltimore's Harbor East announced that four popular retailers will open late summer along the Aliceanna Street corridor.  Anthropologie will open at 280 International Drive in the Four Seasons Hotel. J. Crew, which abandoned downtown Baltimore in 2009, will be housed at 701 Aliceanna St., in the Legg Mason Tower. Lululemon Athletica, a sport apparel shop that gets its inspiration from yoga, will move into 820 Aliceanna St., which neighbors the White House Black Market.
BUSINESS
By EILS LOTOZO and EILS LOTOZO,PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER | January 17, 2006
He uses world as his flea market As the found-objects buyer for Anthropologie boutiques, Keith Johnson combs flea markets, antiques stores, art shows and bazaars around the world for marvelous things. He spends six months of the year in Europe, with periodic jaunts to Asia, buying old furniture and bric-a-brac, searching out artisans with distinctive wares. In other words, he gets paid to travel and shop. "It really is a fantastic job," says Johnson, whose finds serve as store fixtures, limited-run products or inspiration for new Anthropologie home-furnishings offerings.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | December 8, 2011
Architects for apparel and home décor retailer Anthropologie have been asked to return to the Baltimore Planning Department with revised preliminary designs for a store slated to open next year at the base of the Four Seasons Hotel in Harbor East. Baltimore's Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel reviewed storefront plans on Thursday showing an entrance with a redwood and steel façade above glass doors, a design the store's architects said was inspired by a ship's hull. "We're excited to have a store in the harbor," said John Gwin, a member of the chain's store design team.
BUSINESS
By EILS LOTOZO and EILS LOTOZO,PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER | January 17, 2006
He uses world as his flea market As the found-objects buyer for Anthropologie boutiques, Keith Johnson combs flea markets, antiques stores, art shows and bazaars around the world for marvelous things. He spends six months of the year in Europe, with periodic jaunts to Asia, buying old furniture and bric-a-brac, searching out artisans with distinctive wares. In other words, he gets paid to travel and shop. "It really is a fantastic job," says Johnson, whose finds serve as store fixtures, limited-run products or inspiration for new Anthropologie home-furnishings offerings.
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