A transformational opportunity for Baltimore with national impact at a scale to bring about dramatic change. Today 1.1 million square feet of mixed-income residential, Class A office and ground floor retail is opening on a 235 acre site, with room to grow. This vibrant, mixed-use destination for all enjoys 2.5 miles of waterfront on the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River and wide open spaces for everyone to enjoy.
Launched by local icons, Baltimore Peninsula is already a thriving destination, home to Under Armour, Sagamore Spirits, Nick’s Fish House, City Garage and West Covington Park.
It's convenient to get to Baltimore's newest neighborhood.
For entrepreneurs and visitors alike who care about Baltimore and are working to make it a city of which to be even more proud. With a people-first attitude we are welcoming organizations that make a real impact, provide services to all and are just plain fun.
Baltimore Yacht Basin is a marina adjacent to Nick’s Fish House where boaters can enjoy the ease of access to America’s most charming city or watch the sunset with the best view in town.
Introducing Volo Beach – the new recreation space at Baltimore Peninsula in partnership with Volo Sports. Spanning over four acres, Volo Beach will offer beach volleyball and pickleball courts, in addition to fields for kickball, soccer and flag football. On top of sporting facilities, the Volo Beach will have entertainment amenities including picnic tables, cornhole, food and beverages, and occasional live music performances.
City Garage is an office destination for life science companies looking for R&D / lab / manufacturing capabilities.
Downtown Dog Resort & Spa is centered around a fun-loving atmosphere under the care of professional staff. The dogs are meticulously grouped together to optimize safety and increase socialization, play and exercise for all shapes, sizes and personalities.
Eastern Watersports is your go-to small business for all outdoor recreational needs. The company was developed by Philip DePalo who fell in love with outdoor and scuba-related pursuits. The company has humble beginnings starting with a small trailer to where it now has multiple rental locations, a retail store and an eCommerce website.
Nick’s Fish House is located in the Baltimore Peninsula area of Baltimore. They offer the freshest seafood, regional specialties and the best-steamed crabs in town. Their menu serves up something for everyone from deck fries to our famous crab cakes. The waterfront deck is the perfect spot whether you want to enjoy a craft beer or orange crush during happy hour or bring the whole family in for dinner. Open year-round for lunch and dinner.
Transient and seasonal dockage at the most convenient marina location in the city. Features include deep water accommodations for drafts up to 16ft, on-site bathhouses and pump out services and 30 or 50 amp electric meters.
Rye Street Tavern, operated by Clyde’s Restaurant Group, offers a versatile menu that accommodates both business entertaining, and fun, casual dining in a space that celebrates the rich heritage of Baltimore. With a spectacular outdoor space along the waterfront, Rye Street Tavern will feature Sagamore Spirit Rye, which is produced in the award-winning distillery next door.
Coming early 2024!
An award-winning, five-acre waterfront distillery located in the Baltimore Peninsula neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland. At Sagamore Spirit, they are driven to craft the world's best rye whiskey, while strengthening their collective communities. This includes building partnerships with the Maryland agricultural community and working with local farmers to grow and harvest grain. These relationships further their goal of using Maryland-grown rye in their products and helps local farmers expand their businesses.
Under Armour is building its global headquarters for 1,700 teammates on 50 acres in the Baltimore Peninsula. The headquarters plans include retail space, a fitness building, a track and field facility and new green spaces for the community to enjoy.
Previously an underutilized industrial area, West Covington Park has been transformed into clean, public green space for all of Baltimore and its visitors to enjoy. All are welcome at West Covington Park and encouraged to experience and respect the wildlife, natural landscape, trails, pier and overlooks, here on the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River.
Locke Landing is being developed into an 809 housing unit on the waterfront by K. Hovnanian Homes, DRB Homes, and Greystar.
Boat Baltimore Project, a small, veteran-owned local business, offers a unique glimpse into the beauty of Baltimore and its rich maritime history through authentic daily sailing adventures leaving from Balimore Peninsula. Owners and Baltimore locals, Alicia and Bobby, give back to their community through support to disabled veteran and youth outreach programs.
Grab your gear and get ready for a day of adventure at The Cove! Don't have your own equipment? No problem! The Cove has kayaks available to rent. Come and make a splash at Baltimore Peninsula!
Located along the waterfront adjacent to Sagamore Spirit Distillery
As the Baltimore Peninsula community continues to grow, we strive to integrate Baltimore’s rich culture into the fabric of the neighborhood– and a critical part of that is uplifting and showcasing the artists and creatives who help make Baltimore the wonderful city that it is.
We’re thrilled to showcase incredible art from Maryland Art Place at Baltimore Peninsula! Maryland Art Place inspires, supports, and encourages artistic expression through innovative programming, exhibitions, and educational opportunities. Pieces from 10 local artists can be found throughout the office spaces and residential buildings in the neighborhood.
Rye Street Market Arts is an exhibit featuring the artworks of five Baltimore City-based artists in Rye Street Market. The artwork for this initiative was sourced with the support of local partners, The Last Resort Artist Retreat and Ruby's Artist Grants.
The Last Resort Artist Retreat is a residency program for Black creatives founded by Derrick Adams and run by Executive Director Thomas James. Rubys Artist Grants is a Robert W. Deutsch Foundation program run by Senior Program Manager, Alex Ebstein, that provides direct funding to Baltimore-area artists to support innovative and impactful projects.
Baltimore Peninsula commissioned local artist, muralist and visual storyteller, Saba Hamidi, to design and paint a mural on one of our blank shipping containers. The mural was used to announce the neighborhood re-naming in November 2022. Inspired by the phrase, "Build for Impact," Saba painted waves to signify impact, as well as reference Baltimore Peninsula's waterfront location. Saba also embedded Baltimore icons into her design, to include Baltimore brick rowhomes, historic cobblestones, orioles and ravens feathers, and geometric elements of the Maryland state flag.
Saba's mural can be seen on The Lawn in Baltimore Peninsula as a colorful welcome sign into the neighborhood.
The Hanover Street Gallery presents replicated and enlarged original works of art printed on vinyl, all created by local artists. The gallery was established through a partnership of Maryland Art Place, the South Baltimore Gateway Partnership, the Youth Resiliency Institute, Fusion Partnerships, and Weller Development. In 2019, these groups came together to curate the “Hanover Street Gallery: Reframing Pathways,” an outdoor gallery space on the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Bridge (Hanover Street Bridge) façade.
Maryland Art Place curated 24 works of art created by “a diverse group of living artists with artworks primarily centered around abstraction, expressionism, and pattern & design.” The was intended to be a temporary installation, however, the art can still be found on the Hanover Street Bridge in Baltimore Peninsula.
First selected as the desired location of “Baltimore Town” in the early 1700s, Baltimore Peninsula has been home to Fort Covington, where brave soldiers fought to defend the City during the British bombardment in 1814, rowing clubs, baseball parks and waterfront bars, and the pioneering Western Maryland Railroad. Learn more about the area that Maryland Historical Society once dubbed Baltimore Peninsula as “Baltimore’s Junction with the World.”