FashionEASTa: The Fashion Show at Harbor East

Join us for the most fabulous fashion event in Baltimore! Mark your calendars and get ready to #WalktheWalk. Saturday, April 29, 12PM-5PM

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Arriving is the Easy Part.

Between Interstate 83, public transportation, plenty of parking and a 200-slip marina, there's nothing short of a private airport keeping us from being one of the most accessible neighborhoods in Maryland. Although, once you make it here and experience everything we have to offer, we can't promise that it will be so easy to leave.

Harbor East

President & Aliceanna Street Baltimore, MD 21202

Turn by Turn Directions

Unlike the rest of Baltimore, parking in Harbor East is always easy and effortless. We have multiple parking garages open 24/7, digitally metered parking is available on the streets, and almost every restaurant and hotel offers valet services. Below is a list of every garage, along with simple directions to get there.

Legg Mason Tower/Four Seasons Hotel Garage

700 S. President Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

Turn by Turn Directions

Pricing

Garage Rates:
Up to 1 Hour: $7
Up to 2 Hours: $11
Up to 3 Hours: $14
Max Daily Rate: $23
5pm-3am: $9 Flat Rate

Exeter Street Garage

650 S. Exeter Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

Turn by Turn Directions

Pricing

Garage Rates:
Up to 1 Hour: $7
Up to 2 Hours: $11
Up to 12 Hours: $14
Max Daily Rate: $23
5pm-3am: $9 Flat Rate

Legg Mason Tower/Four Seasons Hotel Garage

200 International Drive, Baltimore, MD 21202

Turn by Turn Directions

Pricing

Garage Rates:
Up to 1 Hour: $7
Up to 2 Hours: $11
Up to 3 Hours: $14
Max Daily Rate: $23
5pm-3am: $9 Flat Rate

Whole Foods Market Garage

1008 Aliceanna Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

Turn by Turn Directions

Pricing

Garage Rates:
Up to 1 Hour: $7
Up to 2 Hours: $11
Up to 12 Hours: $14
Max Daily Rate: $23
5pm-3am: $9 Flat Rate

Harbor East

President & Aliceanna Street Baltimore, MD 21202

Turn by Turn Directions

True to our name, we are settled just east of Baltimore's Inner Harbor, and with such a central location, there are numerous ways to get here. If you're coming from outside the city, 83-South will take you right to us. If you're east of the city, like in Canton or Fells Point, Boston, Fleet and Thames Streets will take you straight to our main strip along Aliceanna. If you're coming from South Baltimore, Light Street or the Water Taxi can take you here. And if you're coming from the west, you can't miss us from Pratt Street.

FROM I-95

Directions

Take Exit 53 for 395N towards Downtown/Inner Harbor.
Keep right to turn on W. Conway Street.
Turn left onto Light Street.
Turn right onto E. Pratt Street.
Turn right onto President Street.
President Street leads you directly into the heart of Harbor East at Katyn Circle.

FROM I-83

Directions

Head south on I-83 towards Baltimore.
Keep right to stay on I-83 South and continue onto President Street.
Keep right to stay on President Street.
President Street leads you directly into the heart of Harbor East at Katyn Circle.

Harbor East

President & Aliceanna Street Baltimore, MD 21202

Turn by Turn Directions

There are numerous forms of transportation in which you can take to access Harbor East from roads, walkways, rails, or water. Plus, once you've arrived, you'll enjoy one of the most walkable and handicap accessible neighborhoods in the city.

Walking

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Located along the eight-mile Harbor Promenade, you can walk to and through Harbor East from any waterfront neighborhood. With that written, the delicate foliage and well-paved roads make for the perfect course to use on a run.

Bike Share

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Bike sharing is just the latest form of public transportation to take over cities nationwide, and Baltimore is proudly on board. Members pay by the month or by the trip, and they enjoy access to stations in popular parts of town like Federal Hill, Canton, and, of course, Harbor East.

Charm City Circulator

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In Baltimore, a fleet of 30 free busses are always circulating to get you around the city. That means whether you’re in Fells Point, Little Italy, John’s Hopkins, or numerous other city locals, you can ride to Harbor East for free. Learn more about the Charm City Circulator here.

ZIPCAR

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Zipcar members enjoy easy access to Harbor East. With 250 cars available, and conveniently reserved parking, you can go about your visit with ease.

WATER TAXI

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Take advantage of one of Baltimore’s greatest assets—the Harbor—on the Baltimore Water Taxi. It’s a scenic (and easy) way to arrive at Harbor East. Learn more about the Water Taxi here.