The Baltimore Sun: Port Covington developer will move offices to waterfront project

By Lorraine Mirabella
November 20, 2019

Weller DevelopmentThe developer of Port Covington is moving its headquarters to the massive mixed-use project it is building in South Baltimore.

Weller Development Co., lead developer of the $5.5 billion, 235-acre waterfront redevelopment, will open an office at City Garage, also in Port Covington, in January. The company is leading the project for owners Sagamore Development and New York investment bank Goldman Sachs. Its office is currently located in a small single-story building at 1000 E. Key Highway in Locust Point.

Sagamore, headed by Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank, assembled the development site, where the sports apparel brand now has offices and has planned to build a headquarters campus, though that’s on hold amid the Baltimore-based athletic apparel brand’s woes.

Weller’s move will accommodate a workforce that has doubled to 60 employees since 2016 and offer closer access to the project, the company said. The 13,000-square-foot office at 101 W. Dickman Street also will include a state-of-the-art sales center to help attract businesses, retailers and investors.

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Source: The Baltimore Sun