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Baltimore's Projects

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Only High-rise projects 12 floors and up.

Two 60-story condo and apartment high-rises in the Guilford Avenue corridor downtown planned by Potomac developer Richard W. Naing.

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300 east pratt st 50 floors (proposed)

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Port Discovery Balloon Redevelopment 34 floors (approved)

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Icon at Canton Residential Tower 25 floors (proposed)

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Greektown Tower 1 23 Floors (proposed)

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Greektown Tower 2 23 floors (proposed)

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Four Seasons Baltimore tower 1 22 floors (approved) the two towers to the left

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HarborView Phase 3 22 floors (proposed)

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Hilton Hotel 21 floors (under construction)

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The Zenith 21 floors (under construction)

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Four Seasons Baltimore tower 2 18 floors (approved) the two towers to the left

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Pinnacle 17 floors (proposed)

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Icon at Canton hotel 15 floors (proposed)

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Greektown Tower 3 13 floors (proposed)

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Greektown Tower 4 13 floors (proposed)

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701 South Eden Street 13 floors (under construction)

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New Johns Hopkins Patient Towers 12 floors (under construction)

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Harbour's Edge Building 12 floors (proposed)

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Charles Commons Charles Street Building 12 floors (under construction)

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hey, thanks for sharing those bmore. Everything is really progressing nicely. :thumbsup:

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Whoa, this thing is much more than a skyscraper:

A Baltimore developer who envisions creating a second downtown along the shores of the Middle Branch unveiled ambitious plans yesterday to transform a 50-acre industrial swath of Westport into a $1.4 billion community with 2,000 homes, shops, offices, a hotel, bicycle trails and a beach anchored by a 65-story skyscraper.

WOW.

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Whoa, this thing is much more than a skyscraper:

WOW.

No kidding, that is one mammoth project!

Bmore, I moved your Hilton pics to a thread I already started for it. Thanks for the contribution! :thumbsup:

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Also I heard the second tower in the westport project is going to be some where around 45 story's.

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These are really some great sounds projects and all are quite tall to boot.

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These are some very exciting pics!

For anyone who hasn't had the pleasure of visiting Baltimore, I highly urge ya to check it out:) It's a city where the street level is fab!

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Looks like a great infill project in a good location. Once again here is their website.

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Washington developer shifts focus to Baltimore

He imagines the 60-story residential twin towers north of City Hall will be signature properties that will serve as the

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Thanks for sharing. Seems like it was only proposed just yesterday. You guys are moving fast up there! :shades:

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Thanks for sharing. Seems like it was only proposed just yesterday. You guys are moving fast up there! :shades:

Yea on all the other projects to. :thumbsup:

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"Condo boom drawing new residents"

Kelly Carson, The Examiner

Sep 11, 2006 5:00 AM (11 hrs ago)

Current rank: # 22 of 6,643 articles

BALTIMORE - The condominium market in Baltimore

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Great article. It's always a great time to buy in an upcoming area because you usually can get a decent price but the downside is that you may have to wait for the rest of the area to redevelop.

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