750 East Pratt Street
18-story office, located above existing BGE substation
On the edge of downtown Baltimore, a Class-A corporate tower provides a gateway to the city’s east side and offers highly visible speculative office space fitted with state-of-the-art technology and amenities. Built on top of an existing Baltimore Gas & Electric substation, the modern-style building makes the best use of its location and relationship to the city.
Standing at the point of convergence for two city grids, the all-glass building is highly visible to drivers on Interstate 83. Its curved façade takes advantage of views of the Inner Harbor. An aluminum-clad architectural wall divides the building from east to west, establishing an iconic element that is highly visible from the road and the harbor. The bulk of the office space stands on the building’s south side, offering a much closer relationship with the water than other Pratt Street office buildings, which are set back from the street. A fourth-story “sky lounge” offers retail and amenities for tenants, and provides an entrance point for elevators and the sky bridge to the adjacent parking garage – a rare commodity in downtown Baltimore. With its distinctive location, identity and accessibility to parking, technology and other amenities, the building provides highly competitive office space.