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New company names join Baltimore's evolving skyline

New company names join Baltimore's evolving skyline

In a sign of renewed interest in Baltimore's downtown business district, more companies are looking to boost their visibility by splashing names and logos atop prominent Inner Harbor office towers.

In recent months, R2integrated, Lupin Pharmaceuticals and First National Bank joined the other banks and financial firms that announce their presence on the buildings they lease or own.

"For companies that are up and coming, it's a signal that they've arrived," said Kirby Fowler, president of the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore.

Pandora, an international jewelry retailer that's considering moving its U.S. headquarters from Columbia to the Inner Harbor, has said...