A new retail district, Baltimore Peninsula gains visibility from 46 million vehicles traveling on I-95 and sits at the center of the new South Baltimore entertainment district. Minutes from Ravens and Orioles stadiums, Top Golf and Horseshoe Casino, this is the new destination for shopping and dining. Approximately 300,000 residents live in a 10 minute drive-time radius, making Baltimore Peninsula an ideal neighborhood for the 2.84 million population in Baltimore metro.
Consisting of a hyper-local collection of Baltimore offerings, The Exchange was designed for visitors and residents to gather, eat, shop, and enjoy all that Baltimore has to offer. The Exchange is a place that highlights local entrepreneurs and small businesses, creating a space for them to showcase their ingenuity and creativity. Interested in becoming a vendor at the Exchange? Click the link to learn more.
Visit local favorites and nationally-renowned shops and restaurants in a walkable mixed-use waterfront destination, like Rye Street Tavern, operated by Clyde's Restaurant Group and located directly beside the award-winning Sagamore Spirit Distillery. A 24/7 community, Baltimore Peninsula is the new location for CFG Bank’s headquarters and Roost Hotel and is directly adjacent to Under Armour’s Global headquarters and the new homes at Locke Landing.
Baltimore metro’s 2.84 million strong population, as well as the 2+ million annual attendees to the nearby sports stadiums, have easy access to enjoy Baltimore Peninsula’s shops, restaurants, parks and more. With over 300,000 residents within a 10-minute drive, this new neighborhood is the perfect place for locals and tourists alike to enjoy.
Whether by car, bike, or public and water transportation, Baltimore Peninsula sits at the heart of essential transportation networks, with three direct ramps from I-95 for visitors from surrounding DC and Baltimore counties and only a 15 minute drive from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) and Penn Station Baltimore.
Bike-friendly and built for pedestrian access, Baltimore Peninsula has a cycle and walking network embedded throughout the neighborhood with protected bike paths for safety. In addition to the MTA bus stop on Hanover Street and three close-by Light Rail stops, the Charm City Circulator has a stop planned in Baltimore Peninsula.