Baltimore’s newest waterfront neighborhood has been reenergizing the City as a food and fashion destination, a cool and walkable place to live while also being home to some of the city’s most successful companies.
The Four Seasons Baltimore features the city’s largest hotel art collection. Inspired by the Washington Color School movement of the 1950’s and 60’s, works by Frank Stella, Gene Davis, Richard Anuskiewicz and other notable artists adorn the walls of the public spaces. The hotel was also recognized as one of the “hottest” new hotels by Conde Nast Traveler 2012.
Certified Silver under the LEED Core and Shell Program, the Legg Mason Tower was one of six developments nationally recognized by the Urban Land Institute WaveMaker Awards in 2009. Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School is also located within the building.
As the largest mixed-use, non-industrial building in Baltimore, 800 Aliceanna features two hotels, office, retail, restaurants, parking, condos, apartments, a 7-screen movie theater and a gym with four pools.
After a heated debate about it’s location, Baltimore embraced the Waterfront as the City’s first Convention Center Hotel by making it one of the most successful openings of a group hotel in Marriott’s portfolio.
Housing a district heating and cooling system on its roof, the building helped contribute to the neighborhood’s early focus on energy efficiency and green building. Whole Foods took a chance as an early tenant in this building and has seen amazing success since their opening day.