South Baltimore Development Rundown

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Currently Under Construction

1020 West Pratt Street – Hollins Market: 46,710 building conversion to office space

1100 Key Highway – Federal Hill: 224 apartments, 227-car garage

1441 Haubert Street – Locust Point: 3 townhomes

1900 Light Street – South Baltimore: 32,000 sq. ft. of office space, 6,000 sq. ft. of retail

BARCS/Animal Control – Cherry Hill: 37,400 sq. ft.  Office of Animal Control and Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter facility

Center/West Phase I – Poppleton: 260 apartment, 15,000 sq. ft. of retail

Cross Street Market  Federal Hill: Redevelopment of the 31,800 sq. ft. retail market (partially open)

Emergent BioSolutions Inc. Expansion – Pigtown/Carroll-Camden Industrial Area: 7,400 sq. ft. of new office/lab space

Federal Point – Sharp-Leadenhall: 11 townhomes (partially completed)

First Mile Stable (New home for Baltimore Police Department Mounted Unit) – B&O Railroad Museum: 13,000 sq. ft. equestrian facility on 2.4 acres

Groundwork Kitchen – Pigtown: 15,000 sq. ft. culinary arts training center and restaurant

Hammerjacks –  Stadium Area: 48,000 sq. ft. music club

Rendering courtesy of Design Collective 

Hanover Crossing – Federal Hill: 10 townhomes

Horseshoe Casino Baltimore Gaming Terrace: 10,500 sq. ft. outdoor outdoor gaming space

Key Highway and Light Street Reconstruction – Federal Hill: Road reconstruction on Light St. from Conway St. to Montgomery St. and Key Hwy. from Light St. to Covington St

McHenry Row III – Locust Point

Port Covington Bike Path – Port Covington: Protected bike path and lane through Port Covington (partially completed)

Schuster Concrete Building – Port Covington: Renovating an existing industrial building into a 97,000 sq. ft. event space

Spring Garden Business Park – Spring Garden/Stadium Area: 60,000 sq. ft. flex building is adding 45,000 sq. ft. of office space and ground floor retail.

Rendering courtesy of Himmelrich Associates 

Store It All Self  Storage  Pigtown: 108,000 sq. ft., 800-unit storage facility

Union Bros. – Sharp-Leadenhall: 21,000 sq. ft. of office space, 12,058 sq. ft. of retail

University of Maryland, Baltimore Community Engagement Center (CEC) – Hollins Market: 20,000 sq. ft. building conversion to a community center

Rendering courtesy of Marks, Thomas Architects 

Wheelhouse – Federal Hill: 29 apartments, 5,500 sq. ft. of retail

Total: There are 513 apartment units, 24 townhomes, 274,510 sq. ft. of office space, 130,452 sq. ft. of retail space, 800 storage units, and 126 hotel rooms, and a  20,000 sq. ft. community center under construction.

Recently Completed

2 East Wells – South Baltimore: 153 apartments, 6,000 sq. ft. of retail

414 Light Street – Otterbein/Inner Harbor: 394 apartments, 12,300 sq. ft. of retail, 550-car garage

1201 South Charles – Federal Hill: 16 apartments, 1,200 sq. ft. of retail

1238 Light Street – Federal Hill: 21 apartments, 1,570 sq. ft. of retail

1414 Key Highway Redevelopment – Federal Hill: 74,900 sq. ft. of office space, 22,100 sq. ft. of retail

1751 S. Hanover Street – South Baltimore: A former church is converted to two rowhomes

Alta 47 – Locust Point: 47 townhomes

Anthem House – Locust Point: 292 apartments, 20,000 sq. ft. of retail, 449-car garage

Anthem House II – Locust Point: 52 apartments, 1,300 of retail, 17-car garage

Banner Hill – Otterbein: 349 apartments, 331-car garage

Bath House Square  Pigtown: 8 apartments, 1,850 sq. ft. of retail

Camden Station – Stadium Area/Downtown: New MARC and Light Rail Station at Camden Yards

Camden Crossing Final Phase – Pigtown: 7 townhomes (150 total)

City Garage – Port Covington: 133,000 sq. ft. office building

CubeSmart – Carroll-Camden Industrial Area: 1,000-unit storage facility

Federal Place Phase 2 – Federal Hill: 23 townhomes

Fort/Charles Development – Federal Hill: 6 new townhomes/rowhomes

Greyhound – Stadium Area: New 9,516 sq. ft. bus station

Heath Street Lofts – South Baltimore: 59 apartments

Hollins House – Hollins Market: 130-unit renovated affordable apartment building

Key’s Overlook Phase I – Locust Point: 28 townhomes

Key’s Overlook Phase II – Locust Point: 25 townhomes

Lion Brothers – Hollins Market: 37,500 sq. ft. office building conversion

McCully-Polyniak Townhomes – Riverside 5 townhomes

McHenry Row III – Locust Point

MTA – Carroll-Camden: Bus garage

M&T Bank Stadium Renovations  – Stadium Area: Four new two-story suites, new escalators, new video boards, updated club level

Sagamore Spirit – Port Covington: 61,000 sq. ft. four-building whiskey distillery (10,000 sq. ft. restaurant)

Stadium Square – 145 West Ostend Street – South Baltimore: 72,000 sq. ft. office building

Stadium Square  – Hanover Cross Street – Sharp-Leadenhall: 293 apartments, 14,000 sq. ft. of retail, 450-car garage

Stadium Square – Leadenhall Community Center – Sharp-Leadenhall: 2,400 sq. ft. community center

The Darcy on Light Street – South Baltimore: Demolishing existing Victory House building and constructing 10 new apartments, and a 10-car garage

Photo courtesy of The Darcy on Light Street

The Enclave  – Federal Hill: 13 townhomes

The Parker Building – Stadium Area: 50,000 sq. ft office building conversion with a 5,000 sq. ft. event space

Under Armour Building 37 – Port Covington: 170,000 sq. ft. office building at former Sam’s Club

Vision – Federal Hill: 6,000 sq. ft. of office space/co-working and six apartments

ZeroFox Office Building at The Pabst Castle – South Baltimore: 11,000 sq. ft.  of office space

Total: 1,877 apartments, 130 renovated affordable apartment units, 154 townhomes, 605,400 sq. ft. of office space, 76,450 sq. ft. of retail, 1,000 storage units, a 9,516 sq. ft. bus station, a 2,400 sq. ft. community center, a train station, and an MTA bus garage.

Proposed

115 West Hamburg Street – Sharp-Leadenhall: 33 apartments

719-723 West Pratt Street – Ridgely’s Delight: 50 apartments

873 West Baltimore – BioPark/Hollins Market: 250,000 sq. ft. office building

1401 Woodall Street – Locust Point: 60,000 sq. ft. office building, 42-car parking garage

1800 South Hanover Street – South Baltimore: 267 apartments, 367-car garage, and 1,000 sq. ft. retail

1900 South Hanover Street – South Baltimore: 258 apartments, 370-car garage, 1,000 sq. ft. retail

1901 Light Street – Riverside/South Baltimore: Historic building converted to 140 apartments

Eagle and Monroe Street Townhomes – Carrollton Ridge: 26-51 new townhomes

Center/West – Poppleton: 1,700-1,800 housing units, 100,000-200,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. (note: Phase 1 already underway; see above)

Cuba Street Townhomes – Locust Point: 6 townhomes

element Hotel – BioPark/Hollins Market: 10-story, 167-room hotel

ExtraSpace Storage – South Baltimore: 5-story, 90,000 sq. ft., 820-unit storage facility

Harbor Hill Apartments Expansion – Federal Hill: 62 apartments

Hollins Market Redevelopment – Hollins Market: Renovation of the 14,000 sq. ft. Hollins Market shed

Hollins Square Phase One – Hollins Market: 16 townhomes, 5 rowhome renovations

Martin Luther King Blvd./W. Baltimore St. Office Building Phase 1 – BioPark/Hollins Market: 10-story, 330,000 sq. ft. office building, 330-car garage

Port Covington Master Plan – Port Covington: – 266 acre mixed-use development with 13 million sq. ft.+ of buildings, up to 14,000 housing units, 40+ acres of park space (note: some projects already underway; see above)

  • East Waterfront Park  Port Covington: 8-acre park
  • Under Armour World Headquarters  Port Covington: 4 million sq. ft. of campus buildings on 50 acres
  • Chapter 1 – Port Covington: 3.025 million sq. ft. of office, retail, residential and hotel
    • Rye Street Market – Port Covington: Four buildings totaling 243,500 sq. ft. It will include a 13,000 sq. ft. open-air market and food hall, 50,000 sq. ft. of retail, 180,000 sq. ft. of office space, and a rooftop event space.
    • Apartment Building at E6 – Port Covington: Six stories, 290,000 sq. ft, 242 apartments, 17,685 sq. ft. of retail
    • Apartment Building E5B –  Port Covington: Seven stories, 121,60 sq. ft, 148 apartments, 8,200 sq. ft. of retail
    • Office Building at E5A – Port Covington: Eight stories, 223,000 sq. ft. of office space, 10,000 sq. ft. of retail
    • Mixed-Use Building at E1 – Port Covington: Seven stories, 254,000 sq. ft. building, 150-158 apartments, up to 68,000 sq. ft. of retail including a grocery store up to 48,000 sq. ft., up to 16,000 sq. ft. of flex space, a 1,400-car garage.

Rendering courtesy of Sagamore Development

Rash Field Redevelopment – Federal Hill: Renovation of the seven-acre park including volleyball courts, a soccer field, skatepark, rock climbing wall, running, trails, reading areas, lawn game areas, and an overlook and café.

Reedbird Park Redevelopment – Cherry Hill: Redevelopment to include a 32,000 sq. ft. Fitness & Wellness Center, turf stadium, three multi-purpose fields, dog park, basketball courts, paths, and a parking lot.

Stadium Square – Sharp-Leadenahll/South Baltimore: 3 block mixed-use development with 377,000 sq. ft. of office, 80,000 sq. ft. of retail, 620+ apartments, and 1,800 parking spaces (note: some projects already underway; see above)

Rendering courtesy of Lost Note Productions

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The Pinnacle at HarborView – Federal Hill: 30 condominiums

Topgolf – Stadium Area: Driving range and 65,000 sq. ft. sports bar entertainment venue

Under Armour World Headquarters – Port Covington: 4 million sq. ft. of campus buildings on 50 acres

  • Phase 1: 500,000 sq. ft. of office space, 1,500 parking spaces, green parks and plazas, new visitor center

 

Total of buildings that are already in planning: 1,872,000+ sq. ft of office space, 165,601+ sq. ft. of retail space, 1,669+ apartment units, 30 condominiums, 43+ townhomes, 167 hotel rooms, 820 storage units, a 32,000 sq. ft. fitness center, and 30+ acres of new and redeveloped park space, and a freestanding 840-car garage

Total of future buildings that are part of master plans: 13 million sq. ft.+ of buildings, up to 14,000 housing units, 40+ acres of park space at Port Covington and Under Armour. 1,700-1,800 housing units, 100,000-200,000 sq. ft. of commercial space at CenterWest.