Baltimore Banner signs lease for downtown office, building naming rights
The Baltimore Banner will plant its flag on the city’s waterfront this spring, moving its offices and newsroom into new coworking space being built by Cordish Cos. The Banner and its nonprofit parent company, the Venetoulis Institute for Local Journalism, will open offices in 15,000 square feet on the fourth floor of the office building in the Power Plant complex in April. Leaders of the Baltimore-based nonprofit news group said Wednesday the organization recently signed a multi-year lease for space overlooking the Inner Harbor. The Banner is currently working out of offices in Spark coworking, also owned by Cordish, at Power Plant Live.