SILO POINT


1200 Steuart St., Baltimore, Maryland

1. Project overview

Located in the Locust Point neighbor in Baltimore City, construction began at Silo Point in 2006 and was completed in 2009. The Planned Urban Development (PUD) transformed 15 acres of abandoned land in Baltimore, MD into a world-class sustainable, mixed use project. The site was the home of the largest grain elevator in the world, which was originally owned by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad before being sold to the Archer Daniels Midland Company.

At the completion of the project in 2009, Silo Point boasts 228 luxury condominiums and over 20,000 square feet of retail, including restaurants and office space. The impact on the community cannot be overstated, as the resources added to the neighborhood by the residents of the development have encouraged the further development of grocery stores, retail shopping, restaurants and offices that have enhanced not only the neighborhood, but Baltimore as a whole. Silo Point is a model on how urban infill development can revitalizes an entire neighborhood.

Company:
Silo Point,
1200 Steuart Street, Baltimore, Maryland

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