Located between the Cross Street Market and M&T Bank Stadium, Stadium Square is a three-block site bounded by West Cross, Leadenhall, and Race Streets that will consist of 650 luxury apartments, 300,000 square feet of Class A office space, 70,000 square feet of street level retail, and garage parking for over 2,000 cars.
Located in South Baltimore’s Sharp-Leadenhall neighborhood between Federal Hill and M&T Bank Stadium, Stadium Square is set within an active and energetic neighborhood in an ever-changing city.
With easy access to I-95, I-295, and I-395 and a Walk Score of 91 out of 100, Stadium Square is ideally reachable by car or on foot. It’s also in a prime spot for public transportation - within walking distance to the Hamburg Street Light Rail Station, Camden Station MARC Train, and the Charm City Circulator.
An award-winning tech incubator and several high-profile local tech startups
The home of The Baltimore Ravens has a 71,008-person capacity and a 900,000 yearly attendance
The home of The Baltimore Orioles has a 45,971-person capacity and saw 2M+ in attendance last year
The landmark of the Inner Harbor sees 1.5M visitors annually
Stadium Square is comprised of several unique parcels of land that, combined with other existing community features, make up the entire site plan:
A new apartment complex featuring 299 apartments, 13,000 square feet of street level retail, and a 480-space parking garage with 40 spaces dedicated to retail.
Located between Hanover Cross Street and Ostend Street with approximately 350 luxury apartments, 30,000 square feet of office space, and 30,000 square feet of retail space.
A 180,000 square feet office building at 155 West Ostend Street with ground floor retail and parking garage situated next to a 6-story 72,000 square feet office building with technology and cybersecurity companies expected as primary tenants at 145 West Ostend Street.
To be transformed into a state-of-the-art park and recreation facility.
Highest speed, highest capacity broadband connection and service in all of Baltimore, thanks to a direct dark fiber link to the TierPoint data center, coupled with competitive pricing. New sidewalks, streets, street lighting, and street trees in a coordinated streetscape will give Stadium Square a sense of place within the existing community.