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Old February 17th, 2006, 09:28 PM   #1
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BALTIMORE | Projects & Construction

Other Baltimore forumers (or whomever else) are welcome to add on.



10 Inner Harbor - 59 stories (717 ft.)
Location: 414 Light Street at Conway St. (Inner Harbor)
Developer: ARC Wheeler Group
Total Investment: $300 million
Completion Date: N/A
Uses: 285 condo units, 192-room hotel, ground and second level retail, grocery store, resturants
Status: Approved

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The Zenith - 22 stories
Location: W. Paca Street at Pratt Street (Camden Yards/Westside)
Developer: Karchem Properties
Total Investment: $46 million
Completion Date: June 07
Uses: 191 luxury rental units, 6000 RSF ground level retail
Status: Under Construction

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701 E. Baltimore Street @ Market Place Metro Station - 34 stories
Location: 701 E. Baltimore Street (City Center)
Developer: The Cordish Company
Total Investment: $70 million
Completion Date: N/A
Uses: 250 luxury units (125 condos/125 rental), 400-space above ground garage, 50,000sf of retail space including a Lucky Strike.
Status: Approved

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Twelve09 North Charles - 6 stories


http://www.twelve09living.com/
Location: 1209 N. Charles Street (Mt. Vernon)
Developer: SBER
Total Investment: $42 million
Completion Date: 2007
Uses: 88 condo units, 16500sq ground level retail, parking
Status: Under Contruction

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Water Tower - 32 stories
http://www.414waterstreet.com/
Location: 414 Water Street (City Center)
Developer: LH Water Toner, LLC
Total Investment: $65 million
Completion Date: 2007
Uses: 312 condo units, 6000sq ground level retail, 10-story above ground parking
Status: Under Construction

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Charles Commons - 10 stories
http://www.charlesvillageprojects.com
Location: St. Paul St. and 33rd St. (Charles Village)
Developer: Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse
Total Investment: $75 million
Completion Date: 9/2006
Use: 618 beds of student housing, a state-of-art dining facility, student amenity space and a full-service Barnes & Noble bookstore.
Status: Completed

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300 E. Pratt Street - 35 stories
Location: 300 East Pratt Street (Inner Harbor)
Developer: 300 E. Pratt Street, LP
Total Investment: $100 million
Completion Date: N/A
Use: Office space, 250 luxury residential units, 500-space above ground garage, 16000sf ground level retail.
Status: Approved

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Village Loft - 5 stories
http://www.charlesvillageprojects.com
Location: 3200 St. Paul St. (East) (Charles Village)
Developer: Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse
Total Investment: $51 million
Completion Date: 12/2007
Use: 68 for-sale residential units, 12,500 square feet of retail & restaurant space, and 68 parking spaces.
Status: completed

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Ritz-Carlton Residences, Inner Harbor, Baltimore- 7 stories
Location: 207 Key Hwy (Inner Harbor)
Developer: Midtown Baltimore LLC
Total Investment: $100 million+
Completion Date: 2007
Use: Luxury condo units, on-site parking and resturant
Status: Under construction

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The Olmstead - 9 stories
http://www.charlesvillageprojects.com
Location: 3200 St. Paul St. (West) (Charles Village)
Developer: Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse
Total Investment: $51 million
Completion Date: N/A
Use: 82 for-sale residential units, 28,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space and 575-space public parking garage.
Status: Approved

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Hilton Baltimore Convention Center (Camden Yards) - 20 stories
Location: Pratt Street at Howard Street
Developer: RLJ Development, LLC and Quadrangle Development Corporation
Total Investment: $305 million
Completion Date: 2008
Use: 752-room first-class, full-service Convention Center-oriented Headquarters Hotel
Status: Under Construction

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Four Seasons Hotel and Residences (44 stories) and Legg Mason World Headqarters Tower(24 stories)
Location: Aliceanna Street (Harbor East)
Developer: H&S Properties Development Corp
Total Investment: $550 million
Completion Date: N/A
Uses: 200 5-star hotel rooms, an unnamed number of private residences, 25000sq ground level retail including three resturants, 1200 parking spaces, 500K office space.
Status: U/C

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Old February 17th, 2006, 09:37 PM   #2
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There are many more...Im sure other will add to this list.
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Old February 17th, 2006, 09:41 PM   #3
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Thanks, waj. I knew a lot was going on. But I've been dying to see a series of renderings like this.
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Old February 17th, 2006, 10:30 PM   #4
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I'll try to find some more projects with renderings.
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Old February 18th, 2006, 01:42 AM   #5
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Here is a bit more

Clipper Mill
3500 Clipper Road

Under Construction



http://sberspace.com/clipperMill.html
http://www.clippermill.net/

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400 West Baltimore
407-425 West Baltimore Street



Six stories with a total of 130,000 sq.ft. Class A office space Potential of two-story retail Excellent exposure and visibility Located in the heart of Baltimore’s Educational and Cultural District

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Chesapeake Square




CLIENT: Tower Hill Development
PROJECT TYPE: Mixed-Use
COMPLETION DATE: Est. 2008
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Greektown Residential Project

Proposed




$200 million transformation; More than 1,000 condos, townhouses

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The rendering for 1209 North Charles


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Old February 18th, 2006, 02:08 AM   #6
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University of Maryland BioPark
Under Construction

800 and 900 blocks of West Baltimore Street
$300 million biotechnology park
seven buildings totaling approximately 800,000 square feet of lab and office space,
25,000 square feet of open space, and two parking garages with ground floor retail.



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East Baltimore Life Sciences and Technology Park

New 20-acre research park
2 million s.f. of biotech lab and office space planned
150,000 square feet retail
Part of an 80-acre, $800 million redevelopment initiative





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First Mariner Bank Headquaters Tower - 17 stories
http://www.cantoncrossing.com/
Location: Boston Street (Canton)
Developer: Ed Hale
Total Investment: N/A
Completion Date: 2006
Uses: Class-A office spce
Status: Under Construction

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The Vue - 28 stories
http://www.vueharboreastcondos.com
Location: President Street and Aliceanna Street. (Harbor East)
Total Investment: N/A
Uses: 28 story condo tower with mixed-use base. 150-room hotel, 7-screen movie theater, above ground parking, retail, retail, retail!!!
Status: Under Construction
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Old February 18th, 2006, 02:48 AM   #8
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http://www.harborviewcommunity.com/p...pierhomes.html
Pierhomes - Residences at Harborview
Use: 88-townhomes built directly on the water.
Status: Under Construction
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Old February 18th, 2006, 05:58 AM   #9
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great projects. Did 414 Water Street begin construction in 2005 or 2006?

Second, I heard that 1st Marinar Tower would be 330 ft from another forumer. Has anyone else heard that??
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The 1st Marnier Tower is 330 Feet tall. It is nearly completed and 80% leased. In a couple of months three more towers about 300 feet tall each next to it will begin with 505 Condominiums. It is supposed to be nearly sold out before construction begins. About 6 blocks away The ICON will be 30 floors and 295 feet tall. This Baltimore City neighborhood(Canton) is booming. Just wait to see the westport waterfront development with between 1,200 and 1,500 units. It has already been approved for 500+ foot tall towers. Most likely it will be 3 towers. 414 Water Street begin about a month ago.
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Old February 18th, 2006, 03:36 PM   #11
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MAN! You guys are doing an OUTSTANDING job at posting all of these developments! Thanks! You guys are beating me to the punch! I'm so glad there are so many Baltimore forumers now! :tear falls from his eye:
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Old February 18th, 2006, 07:13 PM   #12
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The 1st Marnier Tower is 330 Feet tall. It is nearly completed and 80% leased. In a couple of months three more towers about 300 feet tall each next to it will begin with 505 Condominiums. It is supposed to be nearly sold out before construction begins. About 6 blocks away The ICON will be 30 floors and 295 feet tall. This Baltimore City neighborhood(Canton) is booming. Just wait to see the westport waterfront development with between 1,200 and 1,500 units. It has already been approved for 500+ foot tall towers. Most likely it will be 3 towers. 414 Water Street begin about a month ago.
The 1st Mariner tower is god awful. It just looks like something that should be in some office park in the in Columbia or Owings Mills or something. Im not very impressed with the Canton Crossing development at all. sure, Im glad the waterfront is being developed along Boston Street, but the only buildings Im looking forward to there are the Midtown Canton condo towers. I tried to find renderings of them, but I havent been able to of late.
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I'll try to find the apartment towers.
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Canton Crossing

Other Parts
A hotel with up to 450 rooms
150,000 square foot Cruise Ship Terminal
The promenade will be extended from it's current endpoint



cantoncrossing.com
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Icon at Canton



http://iconatcanton.com/

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Harborpoint

http://sberspace.com/harborPoint.html

Total Site:
27 acres

Total Square Footage Per Building:
9 buildings at 200,000 sf average

Space Available:
Office = 1.8 million sf
Retail = 100,000 sf

Parking:
3 spaces per 1,000 sf

Date Available:
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Awesome! Thanks, fluffyhorse!
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ive never seen these renderings before....i like harborpoint a lot....i wish Harboreast finishes up so SBER can start on it.
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I wish that Harbor Point would add an entertainment portion to their plans. I say add a building a lot like what is being shown that has a multi-entertainment complex inside. Bowling, video games/virtual games, skating, inline skate park and lazer tag of some sort. Maybe across the street have another movie complex. Add some interesting/very different retail components than seen in the city so far. Having that, with the proposed park space would bring a lot of locals as well as tourists to that area. Yes? No?
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An entertainment complex would be nice

with bowling, games, batting cages,lazer tag etc.. would be great.

The movie idea may not work unless it was classic movies or a Senator type theater. I did hear recently that the Vue will have 9 theaters(assume most will show foreign films). Lucky Strike Bowling will be great for the Cordish Tower.

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I wish that Harbor Point would add an entertainment portion to their plans. I say add a building a lot like what is being shown that has a multi-entertainment complex inside. Bowling, video games/virtual games, skating, inline skate park and lazer tag of some sort. Maybe across the street have another movie complex. Add some interesting/very different retail components than seen in the city so far. Having that, with the proposed park space would bring a lot of locals as well as tourists to that area. Yes? No?
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I wish that Harbor Point would add an entertainment portion to their plans. I say add a building a lot like what is being shown that has a multi-entertainment complex inside. Bowling, video games/virtual games, skating, inline skate park and lazer tag of some sort. Maybe across the street have another movie complex. Add some interesting/very different retail components than seen in the city so far. Having that, with the proposed park space would bring a lot of locals as well as tourists to that area. Yes? No?
I couldnt agree with you more. However, I have a feeling that SBER doesnt wanna go that route. I really think that a first-run movie multiplex wouldve worked well in that neighborhood, but they decided to go an 'upscale' moviehouse. I think stores like GAP wouldve worked, but they chose to sign Banna Republic. Another Hilton or whatever wouldve worked, but they decided to go with Four Seasons. I think SBER is attempting to do something decidedly upscale which caters to yuppies and empty nesters.

Maybe Cordish will heed your advice, change his tower from 34 stories to 38 stories and add a larger entertainment component. I think it would work well there too.
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that new tall is awesome and I really like that red "Jetsons" like tower with the bowling alley.

The waterfront is also going to look even more nice.
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