Public Artwork Relocated to Harbor Point

Click here for photo gallery 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…

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[solidcore] Announced for 1405 Point

Solidcore will be launching its first Baltimore studio at Harbor Point’s upcoming 1405 Point apartment building, in an announcement made today by Beatty Development Group. Tentatively scheduled to open year-end 2017, Solidcore will lease 2,438 square feet of space on Point Street. Solidcore provides high-intensity, low-impact workout classes on their custom machines specifically designed to give the most challenging workout…

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Plantbar Coming Soon to Harbor Point’s Exelon Building

Beatty Development Group (BDG) has announced today that Plantbar will be opening a new location at Harbor Point, the growing waterfront neighborhood located between Harbor East and Fell’s Point. Scheduled for a tentative opening this fall, Plantbar will lease space inside the Exelon Building at 1308 Point Street, directly across from Harbor Point’s Central Plaza. The Baltimore-grown juice bar and…

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The Sandlot Now Open at Harbor Point

The Sandlot, the highly anticipated “beachside hangout” located at Harbor Point, has officially opened to the public. Operating hours will be 4 p.m. to 11 p.m., seven nights a week. There is no admission to enter the Sandlot, and on-site parking is available for $4. Beatty Development Group and Spike Gjerde and Corey Polyoka’s Foodshed have partnered to create this…

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Ceremony Coffee Opens Harbor Point Location

Ceremony Coffee Roasters has officially opened their new Harbor Point location! Located inside the Exelon Building on Harbor Point’s Central Plaza, Ceremony offers the same coffee drinks as their other locations, plus an expanded food menu and a new alcohol menu with draft beers, curated wines, adult slushies and batch-prepared cocktails. Hours: 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. Monday – Saturday…

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Vida Taco Bar to Open Harbor Point Location

Vida Taco Bar will make its Baltimore debut at Harbor Point, in an announcement made today by Beatty Development Group. Tentatively scheduled to open in December 2017, Vida Taco Bar will lease 3,659 square feet of space inside of 1405 Point, located on Harbor Point’s Central Plaza just southeast of the Exelon Building. The popular Annapolis, Maryland-based restaurant is billed…

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Beatty Development Partners With Foodshed

Beatty Development Group and Spike Gjerde and Corey Polyoka’s Foodshed have today announced a partnership formed with the ambitious goal of creating a neighborhood at Harbor Point committed to supporting farmers and growers throughout the Chesapeake region. Foodshed, the development arm of the family of restaurants from Spike and Amy Gjerde and Corey Polyoka, builds hospitality projects with people who…

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The Red Star Bar & Grill Coming to Nine East 33rd

Armada Hoffler Properties and Beatty Development Group today announced the signing of The Red Star Bar & Grill to Nine East 33rd, the exciting new student-centered development located at the corner of St. Paul and 33rd Streets in Charles Village. The Red Star is tentatively scheduled to open in Summer 2017 and will join the recently opened Bird in Hand,…

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New Renderings for 1405 Point Released

Beatty Development Group today released new interior renderings of 1405 Point, the highly anticipated waterfront apartment building currently under construction at Harbor Point. The new renderings highlight five areas of 1405 Point, most notably the 11th floor pool deck, providing residents with spectacular waterfront views of the surrounding Inner Harbor. Additional renderings showcase the sleek, modern kitchen and floor-to-ceiling windows…

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Pile Driving Resumes at Harbor Point

Pile driving activities will be resuming at Harbor Point, with an anticipated start date of August 10. Typical of waterfront development in Baltimore, the 1405 Point apartment building will be constructed on steel pile foundations. As a result, neighbors will experience similar noise as the Exelon building’s pile driving in 2014. We understand the disruptions that are associated with the…

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