DLA Piper, a global law firm with Baltimore roots, is moving its Baltimore office back downtown after more than two decades just outside the city limits near Mount Washington, with plans to relocate to Harbor East next summer. The law firm, formerly Piper & Marbury in Baltimore before two mergers, plans to announce Monday that it signed a 10-year-lease for one floor, more than 34,000 square feet, at 650 S. Exeter St. Before moving what was then the state’s largest law firm to a low-rise office building off Smith Avenue in 2000, the firm had its office downtown in a tower at 36 S. Charles St. It currently occupies 123,000 square feet in the glassy, cube-like Marbury Building in Pikesville, some of it originally needed for file storage and support functions.
DLA Piper will relocate Baltimore office back downtown after two decades
August 29, 2022