BALTIMORE (WJZ) — There could be some major problems for Baltimore’s crown jewel- the Inner Harbor.

According to the Baltimore Business Journal, a city judge has placed the property in receivership- meaning there could soon be a new owner.

This comes as the Harbor has high vacancies and is in need of major repairs and renovation.

Current owners Ashkenazy Acquisition Group loses day to day operations while another firm takes over and will look for a new buyer.

Developed by the Rouse Company- the Inner Harbor was sold in 2013 for $98 million.

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  1. Tickedoff Person says:

    Rats were a major problem back in the 80’s-90’s. Can’t imagine how it is now since everything else was unmaintained. The open air environment will not cut it anymore. The terrorist that show up by the hundreds have unlimited ingress and egress. it’s a target not a tourist attraction as it once was. You control access, you control problems. The terrorist are not going to patiently wait in line to get in. They’re to much like animals.