A 13-story structure pitched as Baltimore's Eiffel Tower and a 200-foot-tall Ferris wheel could rewrite the skyline of downtown Baltimore if either is approved by city officials for the Inner Harbor waterfront.
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I really enjoyed this article. First of all, the headline really caught my attention and is the reason I gave the story a look. Having so many authoritative sources really allowed me to see that these additions to the Inner Harbor are actually possible. I learned a lot and felt like there was a sufficient amount of background information. While informal and fairly abrupt, it was interesting to see the different additions that are being considered.
The writing in this piece is clean and simple, which for me leads to the best stories. That said, I enjoyed reading about the proposals Baltimore is considering to attract visitors to the Inner Harbor. The sources are balanced and credible, and the flow of the story is smooth. One suggestion I would have is not to use excessive paraphrasing in successive paragraphs. All in all, interesting and fun to read, a rarity in today's news.
“Raskin said he believes the aerophare could be "Baltimore’s smaller version of the Paris Eiffel Tower,” a new element on the skyline that would be ...