Anchored by the global Headquarters of Under Armour, we’re cultivating a hub to nurture creativity, embrace collaboration, and spark the kind of innovation that raises everyone up, creates jobs and opens doors. From the innovative companies in City Garage to the life-changing work going on at the Impact Village, and our growing list of new tenants, there’s no limit to the progress we can achieve. Baltimore’s hotbed of talent is ready to contribute their passion and expertise to transform unlimited potential into reality.
With Class-A offerings for tenants of every size and type, 2455 House Street and Rye Street Market have full-floor spaces and boutique pre-built suites for growing companies.
Work directly on the Patapsco River with unobstructed views, outdoor terraces and dining, and access to 2.5 miles of waterfront property. Bring wellness into your work day when you take your calls while walking the 2.5 mile long waterfront or meetings in shaded urban parks.
Outfitted with two full-service marinas, Baltimore Peninsula offers programmed waterfront promenades and piers with year-round activation and fitness, kayaking and boat tours.
Find your local favorites and nationally-renowned shops and restaurants in a walkable neighborhood with everyday conveniences. Planned with full service restaurants such as Rye Street Tavern and Nick’s Fish House, and smaller offerings in the European-styled Rye Street Market, Baltimore’s newest shopping destination has something for everyone.
Whether by car, bike, or public and water transportation, Baltimore Peninsula sits at the center of essential transportation networks. Boasting three ramps directly from I-95, workers have an easy commute from surrounding DC and Baltimore metro counties. The office is easily accessible to everyone, with a fifteen minute drive to 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.