Harbor Point Baltimore
Located between Harbor East and historic Fells Point, Harbor Point will be a vibrant, highly integrated neighborhood with a focus on sustainability and innovation. As the City’s largest downtown, waterfront site yet to be developed, Harbor Point will be composed of 3 million square feet of mixed-use space on 27 acres and will be the leading development showcasing Baltimore’s urban renaissance. The neighborhood will feature thoughtfully designed public space including 9.5 acres of waterfront parks and a promenade along the water’s edge.
January 7, 2016
Point Street Apartments Construction Update
Construction on the Point Street Apartments will begin next week. Here is an updated FAQ that addresses hours for construction, pile driving, apartment units and retail, etc.
May 15, 2015
Intrusive Activity Complete
All intrusive activities have been completed for the Exelon headquarters phase of the Harbor Point development. The MDE and EPA approved remedy has been restored; therefore air monitoring will cease. Data compiled during the intrusive activities can be accessed on the website here.
February 25, 2015
Next Phase of Construction Begins at Harbor Point
Beatty Development today announced that construction of Exelon’s Baltimore headquarters at Harbor Point is officially underway. The announcement was made during an event held this morning at the Harbor Point site and was celebrated by Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake; Robert Greaves of the Environmental Protection Agency; Ben Grumbles, Acting Secretary of the Maryland Department of the Environment; Chris Crane, President and CEO of Exelon; Rick Kriva, Vice President of Global Real Estate for Honeywell International; Sharon Pinder, Director of the Mayor's Office of Minority and Women-Owned Business Development; Barnett Carroll, Jr., President of Aegis Mechanical Corporation; and Michael Beatty, President of Beatty Development.
January 7, 2015
Pile Driving Update: Pile driving is still taking place on the site. We will continue to post updates as they become available.
We understand the disruptions that are associated with the pile driving and apologize for any inconvenience. Until pile driving is complete, the contractor will likely be working weekend hours in order to expedite the process. Just a reminder, per Baltimore City, construction activities may take place from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday through Saturday, and 9 AM to 7 PM on Sundays.
August 18, 2014
Evans Paull, a planning and economic development consultant specializing in brownfields, writes, "Harbor Point is finally on the right trajectory to produce a 'win-win' for economic development and the environment, not to mention an excellent example of far-sighted planning and enlightened public policy."
His feature on Baltimore's Inner Harbor and Harbor Point can be read in this month's Planning Magazine: PLANNING_MAGAZINE - AUG/SEPT_2014
Get a firsthand look at what is involved with entering the cap in this detailed photo series:
July 2, 2014
New photos from the construction site have been uploaded.
June 24, 2014
Pile driving on the site began today and is expected to continue for the next four-to-six months. Here is an updated construction FAQ that addresses hours for construction, parking and traffic, and more.
June 19, 2014
Pile driving on the site is expected to begin early next week. Please continue to visit the site for progress updates and photos.
May 28, 2014
The foundation construction and air monitoring at Harbor Point have begun. The air monitoring system includes a sophisticated network that measures dust in real-time, allowing for rapid implementation of dust suppression activities if necessary. The monitoring methods, at four perimeter locations, two off-site locations, and at the work zone, have been approved by EPA and MDE. Air monitoring results will be collected in real-time and posted here for public review the next business day.
May 20, 2014
Construction on the next phase of the Harbor Point development has begun. FAQs surrounding the construction can be found here. Please contact us if you have additional questions, firstname.lastname@example.org or 410.537.3315.
May 9, 2014
Intrusive construction activities are set to begin the end of May. When the work begins, EPA-approved methods and protocol will be used to monitor dust in real-time 24 hours a day on the days that construction activities take place. Construction hours will be Monday through Saturday, 7 AM to 7 PM. Should weather delay work during the week, construction may occur on Sunday from 9 AM to 7 PM.
Air monitoring results will be collected in real-time and posted to this site the next business day.
Details on the air monitoring program can be found in this fact sheet.
March 3, 2014
Click the link below to read commentary that was featured in The Baltimore Sun from Evans Paull, a recognized national leader on brownfields development. Mr. Paull provides insight into the brownfields issues that are occurring across the country and highlights how the Harbor Point project is a national model for brownfields development.