Sunday, January 6, 2008

Reshaping the Harbor

The Baltimore Waterfront is expanding with major development. The Waterfront communities of Canton and Harbor East have seen dramatic revivals in the past decade and have now become the new "it" neighborhoods for Baltimore City.
With a dozen or so developments being proposed on the water, the Baltimore Harbor is seeing a second renaissance.

Here are a few images and descriptions of proposed development in downtown and on the waterfront.

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

Water Tower - 32 stories
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

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.

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

Canton Crossing - 17 story Office Tower, multiple residential & office high-rises
Location: 3301 Boston Street
Developer: Hale Properties
Total Investment: $1 Billion
Completion Date: Tower completed, other buildings underway
Use: 1 million square feet of Class-A office space, 250,000 square feet of retail space, a 450-unit luxury hotel, 500 condominiums, 150,000 square foot Cruise Ship Terminal

1 comment:

Zig B Free said...

I hope that all these projects actually come into fuition. These projects will breath more life back into downtown which can be dead still at night. Also providing more amenities will actually start to justify all the high real estate values in Canton and other parts of downtown.