Located off I-95 in South Baltimore, Montgomery Park Business Center is a 2.2 million square foot, 52 acre redevelopment of the historic Montgomery Ward Catalog House and surrounding area. The 1.3 million square foot, eight story Catalog House features an Art Deco facade and plentiful natural light from large windows. The building, which abuts a 125 acre park with a golf course and a jogging trail, offers flexible floor plans, state-of-the-art infrastructure and environmentally friendly features, such as a green roof and a gray water system. The project was recognized by the EPA for retuning an environmentally compromised property to productive use. Montgomery Park’s amenities include a fitness center, food court, child day-care center, 500 seat conference facility, ample surface parking and dramatic entrance lobby. Prominent government and corporate tenants, including the Maryland Lottery Agency, Maryland Department of the Environment and M&T Bank, have been attracted by Montgomery Park’s location, first class amenities and forward-looking design.
- Location: 1800 Washington Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21230 - Map it
- Available Space: Loft Style Office, Mixed-use, Specialty, Multiple Configurations
Montgomery Park offers a full range of campus amenities including parking, food court, fitness center, child care services, security and property management, conference, meeting and event space.
In 2003, Montgomery Park received the Environmental Protection Agency's grand prize Phoenix Award, recognizing Montgomery Park as the preeminent property nationwide among outstanding "green building" development projects that have returned environmentally compromised properties to productive use.
Montgomery Park incorporates many environmentally sustainable systems that conserve resources and cut operational costs. The building's award winning "green" features include:
- A green roof planted with Alpine vegetation.
- High-efficiency mechanical and electrical systems.
- Storm water reutilization for toilet flushing and cooling systems.
- Use of recycled building materials including pavers, clean masonry and glass.
- Interior recycled materials that include carpeting, acoustical tiles and ceramic tiles.
- Insulated glass for energy efficiency.
- Energy-saving lighting with photocell dimming and occupancy sensors.
- Perforated aluminum blinds to reduce glare and heat.
- High-speed, glass-backed elevators that are gearless and energy efficient.
Maryland Lottery Agency, Maryland Department of the Environment (DOE), M&T Bank, United Way of Central Maryland, Urban Teachers
Design Architect: Werner A. Mueller, AIA
Architect of Record: Daniel, Mann, Johnson + Mendenhall
Construction and Permit Drawings: Peter Notari, Notari Associates, PA
Design Consultant: Rory McCarthy, RM Design
General Contractor: Inland Builders, Inc.
Mechanical, Electrical Engineer: RMF Engineering, Inc.
Structural Engineering: Morabito Consultants, Inc.
Civil Engineers: Bert English, Farrand & English, Inc.
Sponsorship: Himmelrich Associates, Inc. and Terra Nova Ventures