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BALTIMORE | Projects: proposed, under construction or approved

10 Inner Harbor (proposed) It will become Baltimore's new tallest.

414 Water st(under construction)

Zenith(under construction)

Baltimore Hilton(under construction)

One Light Street (approved)

300 East Pratt St (approved)

All the Harbor East Projects http://www.bha-architects.com/markets/hosp.html

Canton Crossing Project (under construction)

Ritz Carlton (under construction)

Four Seasons(approved)

Vue Harbor East (under construction)


Pinnacle (proposed)


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BTW I edited your thread title to make it a little more, well, compact.
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About time! Washington needs to get its thread moving too. Keep bumping this one up!
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Thanks for making this cool thread. It looks like all of that development is making Baltimore better every day.
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If I missed any projects please add them.
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KSI's Greektown project features two, 23-story high-rise condominiums, two 14-story condominium and apartment units, and four-story "stacked" townhouses laid out around a large formal park. KSI's high-rise homes will offer sweeping views of Baltimore's Inner Harbor, skyline and the Chesapeake Bay.
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If I missed any projects please add them.
There are many others. It'll take some time to get them all on here.
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There are many others. It'll take some time to get them all on here.
Good thanks
I know there where others I just can't find any picture's for them.
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Nice to see all of this development for Baltimore.
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You can find a ton of the developments on other boards. Not sure about the One Light Street proposal you have, and 10 Inner Harbor has been approved. 300 E Pratt is also an unknown.
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Although, I might add that I love that One Light Street rendering above. It could be better if it were taller, but I still like it a lot.
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You can find a ton of the developments on other boards. Not sure about the One Light Street proposal you have, and 10 Inner Harbor has been approved. 300 E Pratt is also an unknown.
So 10 Inner Harbor has final approval?
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I'm pretty sure One Light Street as it's pictured was scrapped a while back due to lack of interest in the office and hotel components. The developers are now looking to build a residential highrise on the property.
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I'm pretty sure One Light Street as it's pictured was scrapped a while back due to lack of interest in the office and hotel components. The developers are now looking to build a residential highrise on the property.
That might be true but not because of the hotel part. It would of been the office space. The cities hotel market is doing great.

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Here is another picture of One Light street. I got off of the Baltimore Development corporation website. Maybe this is the new design.
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Here is another picture of One Light street. I got off of the Baltimore Development corporation website. Maybe this is the new design.
Looks like a beachfront hotel at Ocean City.
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