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© 2016 Urban Design Group




29,600   sq. ft                                     $ 4,000,000

Historical renovation to provide new corporate Headquarter for barcoding

Team includes: Duke Reality, Blueprint Robotics

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          Here's your first look...

Groove Commerce

11,000 sq. ft                                         $ 1,200,000

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Approve for federal tax credits and CHAP credits


Baltimore Heritage Award winner

Renovation of a dilapidated garage into a modern workplace

Riverside Wharf

60,000 sq. ft                                           $8,400,000

First Building approved in South Key Highway Urban design Renewal Plan and approve through UDARP.


The site accommodates separate public parking, allowing for two primary tenants - Walgreens and MedStar


A green roof meets the Stormwater Management requirements for the site


Team includes Caves Valley Partners, Chesapeake Contracting Group, and UDG

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267,000 sq. ft mixed-use office         $60,000,000

First office building approved in the Canton Crossing PUD


Features include 12,000 sq ft of retail, over 350 parking spaces, roof terrace with green roof and amenities space. Addition features over 300 parking spaces, a rooftop pool, and a terrace.


Pursuing LEED Platinum Certification


The existing Fitness Center will be retained throughout both phases of construction


Team includes: Merritt Properties, Merritt Construction Services, and Urban Design Group

110, 000 sq.ft fitness center addition


18,000 sq. ft                                           $2,000,000

Achieved federal tax credits approximating $1.3 million


Maintains the historic character of an existing 1904 firehouse while integrating a modern design suitable for high-technology company workspace


Emphasizes a large public space for fundraising, display, and engineer’s offices


Features a modern staircase to connect and open the main space


The team includes the Northeast Maglev (TNEM), Jeffrey Brown Contracting, Gutierrez Studios, and Urban Design Group.