About Beatty Development
Beatty Development Group is an experienced real estate development firm focused on delivering sustainable, urban, mixed-use projects. Our team thrives on collaborating with tenants, residents, public entities and businesses to create the best projects for the neighborhood surrounding them.
A strong initial idea becomes the foundation for creating a project that is economically and socially viable for Baltimore.
We design for the people that will be interacting with our spaces. We strive to build spaces that people love and therefore thrive in.
We oversee every aspect of our building’s construction to ensure a superior final product that will last for generations.
Beatty Management Group maintains the integrity and value of the delivered building using thoughtful asset management.
Beatty Development Group doesn’t just develop real estate; we pursue visions. We take on the hard projects – the ones with economic complications and regulatory challenges – the ones that can transform communities and cities. And we do it with a focus on sustainability. Our urban, design-forward buildings assimilate into the fabric of a community to have a lasting impact on the city.
The Housing Authority of Baltimore City Board of Commissioners (HABC Board) approved the award to Perkins Point Partners to redevelop the Perkins Homes site in Southeast Baltimore, known as the “Perkins Transformation Project.” HABC will enter into negotiations with the team in an effort to execute a master development agreement to create a vibrant, new sustainable, mixed-income community. “HABC has…Read More
Beatty Development Group has announced today the appointment of two new executive officers from within the Company: Jonathan Flesher – Vice President, Development Jonathan has been promoted from Senior Development Director to Vice President, Development. In this expanded role, Jonathan is responsible for all day-to-day development activities at Harbor Point, including the extensive environmental management of the project. His 15 years…Read More
One of Baltimore’s largest outdoor public sculptures has been relocated to Harbor Point. Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts and Beatty Development Group announced today that Energy, a 33-foot-tall cast bronze sculpture by Italian artist Francesco Somaini has been moved to the new location as part of preparations for the sculpture to be made more available to the public….Read More