Union Wharf in Baltimore, Maryland by Hord Coplan Macht.
Courtesy Hord Coplan Macht Union Wharf in Baltimore, Maryland by Hord Coplan Macht.

Located on the waterfront of historic Fells Point, Union Wharf is a 281-unit, mixed-use development that embodies the character of its unique setting. The project features open, loft-like residences overlooking the harbor and multiple courtyards. A series of community amenity spaces wrap the main courtyard and a dramatic pool and water element stretches from the building lobby to the water’s edge. A combination of residential units and retail uses are designed below the podium level. Union Wharf is currently completing its LEED NC v3 Design submission process and is pursuing a high Silver LEED Certification. Sustainable Strategies include: 43% modeled water use reduction; 27% modeled energy use reduction; 100% purchased green power; dense urban infill location; wrapper building around parking garage; reflective roof; minimum 75% construction waste management; minimum 20% recycled content; minimum 20% regional materials; green housekeeping; and tenant education.

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