Not a fan of whatever's happening in the upper third there.
I agree..it looks weird. I'd like to see a cleaner look...maybe all glass.Not a fan of whatever's happening in the upper third there.
It's nice to see something, but nothing on the site appears to be even close to mentioning a start date.
I just wonder when the economy will come back for some construction to start. 300 East Pratt appears at least 3 years away from breaking ground.
The market will pick up for Baltimore sooner than the rest of the country dueYeah, nothing has changed concerning the "status" of the project. In other words, the tower won't get built anytime soon, I'm sure. BUT at least UrbanAmerica is throwing us a bone with this new rendering. It shows that the project is NOT dead. They are not giving up on it. It still presents a great opportunity for investment WHEN the economy gets going strong again. That is awesome, IMO. I mean, where is Arcwheeler with any updated info on the 10 IH project? And, the 300 East Pratt proposal has not had a recent rendering in a LONG time for the public to wonder about. I think, when all is said and done, this tower will rise, and it will be very tall and it won't look exactly like this latest version. There will probably be smoother lines and much more glass.
I'm just glad those guys have updated their site AND 300 E. Pratt info.
One step at a time. They gave us a recent rendering. Now let us wait until the time in the market is right to see what good happens next there. I mean, think about it. We've only have had about 95% bad news lately, development-wise. Let's just be happy about this for at least a little while longer.
Couldn't have come at a better time!The market will pick up for Baltimore sooner than the rest of the country due
to the BRAC process. 28,000 households by one estimate, will propell the
entire state, including Baltimore City forward in new development. The BRAC
process is only now just starting to pick up speed!!!
Right on. The fact that they've updated with a new rendering is probably indicative of UrbanAmerica's perception that the economy is improving and the time is right to start luring investors and tenants in anticipation of the next boom.Couldn't have come at a better time!
http://lizacrespo.com/^^ Awesome! Where did you find that one?