Armada Hoffler To Construct a 20-Story, Mixed-Use Tower in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

In a couple of years, Baltimore’s waterfront will be home to a new, mixed-use tower. After a two-year pre-development effort, Harbor Point developer Beatty Development Group, LLC has selected Armada Hoffler Construction Company, a division of Virginia Beach-based Armada Hoffler Properties, for the construction of the tower. The construction contract is worth $165 million.

In a couple of years, Baltimore’s waterfront will be home to a new, mixed-use tower. After a two-year pre-development effort, Harbor Point developer Beatty Development Group, LLC has selected Armada Hoffler Construction Company, a division of Virginia Beach-based Armada Hoffler Properties, for the construction of the tower. The construction contract is worth $165 million.

The 20-story tower will be located adjacent to Harbor East, one of the last major development sites in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. It will feature approximately 900,000 square feet of space. According to Beatty Development’s website, the building will be LEED Gold certified and will include 415,000 square feet of office space, 103 apartments, 41,000 square feet of retail space and a parking garage with 750 spaces. When finished, the tower will be the new regional headquarters of Chicago-based energy company Exelon.

Construction is scheduled to start this spring. The developers expect to complete the project by spring 2016.

Since 1993, Armada Hoffler has developed projects worth over $1 billion in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. These include the Four Seasons Hotel, Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel and Conference Center, Legg Mason Global Headquarters and Spinnaker Bay luxury apartments.

“The reputation and experience that we’ve earned in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor over the last two decades led to this important win,” said Eric Apperson, President of Armada Hoffler Construction Company, in a press statement. “We are excited to be a part of the Harbor Point project and the continued development of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.”

Photo credits: Beatty Development Group