Originally published August 1, 2019
By Baltimore Business Journal
Brown Advisory is taking another 50,000 square feet at Bond Street Wharf in Fells Point, bringing the waterfront building to full occupancy amid a flurry of lease extensions.
Additionally, WilScot Corp. and Johns Hopkins Health System Corp. both signed renewals in the 207,000-square-foot Class A office building at 901 S. Bond St.
WilScot, the parent company of Williams Scotsman, relocated its headquarters to the building seven years ago from White Marsh. Brad Soultz, CEO of the supplier of mobile offices, trailers and classrooms, told the Business Journal last year the company had been looking at potential new office space in downtown Baltimore and around the waterfront as its lease was set to expired at the end of 2019. Ultimately, it decided to stay at Bond Street Wharf.
“We believe Bond Street Wharf’s location offers the ‘best of Baltimore’ to both our employees who live in the city and those from surrounding communities,” Soultz said in a statement. “It combines all the great attributes of walkability and waterfront lifestyle and is centrally accessible from the great suburbs to the north, down to Annapolis and southwest along the D.C. corridor.”
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