The rebranded $5.5 billion Port Covington development — now “Baltimore Peninsula” — will sign two tenants by the end of the year, said Tony Gross, who’s heading leasing at the sprawling development. One of those leases — CFG Bank’s plan to move into 100,000 square feet of the seven-story 2455 Banner St. building — is no longer a secret. The bank, which last month reached a deal to sponsor the Baltimore Arena, had already disclosed it was in negotiations for the space that will become the $3.2 billion-asset bank’s headquarters. The bank will join Baltimore interior design and architectural firm Chambers Co., which has already signed a 9,000-square-foot lease.
Port Covington’s ‘Baltimore Peninsula’ project expects to sign two tenants before 2023
November 16, 2022