Harbor East

Bike Share Program Offers Opportunity for Homeless Veterans

The Baltimore Bike Share program, new as of last month, is further cementing itself into Baltimore’s good graces. The program is run by veteran-owned Corps Logistics and now employs several veterans full-time to service the different bike stations throughout the city. The program itself is a pay-by-the-hour bike rental program that sports both electric and standard bicycles for use around the Baltimore city proper.

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Read more about the program here on the Baltimore Sun.

Whole Foods Begins Construction on New Location

If you’ve shopped at the Whole Foods in Harbor East, you know that while the location is ideal, the size of the grocery store leaves much to be desired. Well, last week, ground was broken on the new location. This “new location, between Aliceanna and Lancaster streets, is expected to be roughly 50,000 square feet, more than double the size of its current store, with cafe seating on a secondfloor and two outdoor patios”. The store construction is expected to take about three years- but it’s a start!

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Read more here on the Baltimore Sun.