Eric Apperson

  • 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.

    Baltimore 25 April 2014 14:46

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