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Port Covington's 'Baltimore Peninsula' project expects to sign two tenants before 2023

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The 235-acre project has already started getting commercial tenants. Two new housing complexes will be Rye House and 250 Mission, and leasing is set to start in the first quarter of 2023. A custom mural by local artist Saba Hamdi will be displayed on a 40-foot shipping container.
Published 3 months ago · Baltimore, United States

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Port Covington to be rebranded as 'Baltimore Peninsula'

Baltimore's Port Covington neighborhood is getting a makeover.

3 months ago·New York, United States
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Port Covington's 'Baltimore Peninsula' project expects to sign two tenants before 2023

The leases, "just tells you how impactful Baltimore Peninsula is," a broker who is heading up leasing at the project told the audience at the Baltimore Business Journal's "South Baltimore: Built for Impact" event on Tuesday.

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3 months ago·Baltimore, United States
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Port Covington is now "Baltimore Peninsula"

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Port Covington has a new name: Baltimore Peninsula

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3 months ago
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Port Covington project gets a new life — as Baltimore Peninsula

The companies behind the Port Covington project announced a new name plus a new strategic vision for the 235-acre mixed-use development.The post Port Covington project gets a new life — as Baltimore Peninsula first appeared on Maryland Daily Record.

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