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Pratt Street Redevelopment

Baltimore Development Corporation
A major Baltimore boulevard is reimagined as a tree-lined and pedestrian-friendly avenue.
View looking west down redeveloped Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD
Plan, 2007; Implementation, 2013

Ayers Saint Gross, in association with OLIN, developed the winning design entry for a competition from the Baltimore Development Corporation for the redesign of Pratt Street, the main corridor along the Inner Harbor in Baltimore City. The design calls for transforming the street into a tree-lined avenue, activated with people, fountains, restaurants, shops, parks, new architecture, stimulating lighting, interactive sculptures, and site furnishings. The new urban landscape includes better sidewalks, new trees and streetlights, and plantings in bioretention areas. An unsightly berm was removed, making that block and the city pedestrian-friendly, safer, and more beautiful.



ASLA Maryland and Potomac Chapters President’s Award
AIA Maryland Excellence in Design Honor Award
OLIN, Landscape Architecture
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