A former industrial site, Harbor Point is Baltimore’s largest downtown waterfront site currently under development. With an emphasis on sustainability and innovation, the Harbor Point site is an exemplary model for brownfield revitalization in an urban waterfront setting.

  • 27 acre site
  • 3 million total SF
  • 1.6 million SF of office space
  • 250,000 SF of retail space
  • 1,000 residential units
  • 600+ hotel rooms
  • 9.5 acres of open green space
  • 3,300 parking spaces


Wills Wharf Update – January 2019

Underground work has been completed at the Wills Wharf site.  The tower is starting to rise (the building will top out at 12 stories) and the future roadway that will become

Traffic Update – Drive Lane Change

Effective on or about Monday, November 12 (weather permitting) the parking lot entrance currently located off of Point Street will close permanently. The parking lot entry/exit on Caroline Street will

Wills Wharf Site Update

Pile driving at Wills Wharf is scheduled to conclude the first week of November. Originally scheduled to end at the beginning of November, a combination of continuous inclement weather and

Pile Driving to Conclude in October

Pile driving at the Wills Wharf site is expected to conclude in early October, depending on weather condition or unanticipated site issues. Regular construction hours, including pile driving, will be Monday



Harbor Point is a brownfield site with unique environmental conditions.



Construction at Harbor Point creates significant engineering challenges.


Health & Safety

Developing Harbor Point safely and responsibly is our top priority.



TIF funds are utilized at Harbor Point to create public infrastructure.


Additional Links

Relevant links and information about Harbor Point.



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