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T. Rowe Price Group, Inc., has begun construction of its new 550,000-square-foot global headquarters in Baltimore’s Harbor Point.

T. Rowe Price Starts 550K-SF Headquarters Site in Baltimore’s Harbor Point

Baltimore, MD-based T. Rowe Price Group, Inc., has begun construction of its new 550,000-square-foot global headquarters in Baltimore’s Harbor Point in celebration of the company’s 85th anniversary.

The new headquarters site is being developed by Beatty Development Group, the master developer of the 27-acre Harbor Point, in partnership with Armada Hoffler Properties.

The property will incorporate 50,000 additional square feet of retail, dining, residences and hotels with green spaces, views of the harbor and a campus-like atmosphere.

The design of the two seven-story sustainable buildings will support T. Rowe Price’s collaborative culture— with spaces to gather for meetings of all sizes, including a client conference center and an auditorium, and will help the firm attract and retain top talent.

The new building will feature a water harvesting system that will save approximately 1.55 million gallons of potable water annually and contribute to the goal of LEED Platinum status for commercial interiors.

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