Photo Tour of the Port Covington Development

| September 8, 2021 | 0 Comments

On Tuesday, SouthBMore.com had a tour of the Port Covington Development Chapter 1B construction site with Weller Development Senior Director of Construction Casey Larkin and Vice President of Operations Matthew Rienzo.

There are currently five buildings and a park under construction in Port Covington that are scheduled to begin delivering in late 2022. This development phase will have 440,000 sq. ft. of office; 586,000 sq. ft. of residential from 537 total housing units which break down as 367 market-rate residential dwelling units, 89 affordable dwelling units (ADU), and 81 extended-stay units; 116,000 sq. ft. of retail; more than 1,000 parking spaces; and 10 acres of parks and public space.

The buildings include:

  • Building E1: 223,000 sq. ft. building (162 residential units and 40,000 sq. ft. retail)
  • Building E5A: 221,500 sq. ft. building (212,000 sq. ft. office and 9,500 sq. ft. retail)
  • Building E5B: 133,000 sq. ft. building (40 residential units, 81 extended-stay units, and 6,000 sq. ft. retail)
  • Building E6: 293,000 sq. ft. building (254 residential units and 16,000 sq. ft. retail)
  • Building E7, Rye Street Market: 273,000 sq. ft. building (228,000 sq. ft. office and 45,000 sq. ft. market)

Renderings courtesy of the Port Covington Development Team (click to enlarge)

E7 – Rye Street Market

Whiskey Plaza in front of Sagamore Spirit

E6

E5B

E5A

E1

Triangle Park next to E1

Construction Photo Tour

Looking at Chapter 1B from Sagamore Spirit.

The eastern corner of E6 and the western corner of Rye Street Market (E7).

Rye Street facing north.

Rye Street facing south.

Atlas Street.

Future site of a life sciences development by Alexandria Real Estate Equities (E2 and E3).

Future Triangle Park.

Parcels E8 and E14 – future office and residential buildings planned.

Former Gould Street Power Plant and Tidewater Yacht Service. Future development planned.

Construction on building E1.

Building E1 and Building E6 construction within feet of The Baltimore Sun’s active headquarters.

Rye Street Market (E7) construction.

Construction on new office, apartment, and extended stay buildings at E6, E5B, and E5A.

Looking down at Sagamore Spirit from atop Rye Street Market (E7).

Southeast waterfront view from the top of Rye Street Market (E7).

South waterfront view from atop Rye Street Market (E7).

Looking east from atop Rye Street Market.

Looking northwest from atop Rye Street MarketĀ (E7).

Looking northeast from atop Rye Street Market (E7).

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