Bullseye Building

Whether you are a fast paced design agency or a growing non-profit, you will have a space you actually want to show off and never feels “cookie cutter.”

Flex Office Building

The Bullseye Building was originally constructed as a tannery in 1900 and is the northern property within Stadium Crossing. It then became home to The Phoenix Companies, manufacturers of the once famous Bullseye Bill hunting attire – hence the name. The building’s current office design incorporates historic structural features including the original heavy timber beams interior brick walls and yellow pine floors. So, whether you are a fast paced design agency or a growing non-profit, you will have a space you actually want to show off and never feels “cookie cutter”. At Stadium Crossing, we offer bespoke build-outs and “plug-and-play” space solutions quickly. The Bullseye Building might have waited over a hundred years for you and your business, but we can have your new office space ready in no time.

Office Spaces with Room to Grow

The Bullseye Building boasts flexible space configurations with great natural light and views of downtown Baltimore and M&T Bank Stadium. Whether you need an individual private office with flexible lease terms, or an office suite of up to 8,000 square feet, we have something to meet your needs for today, and for whatever tomorrow brings.

Featured Tenant:

Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore

At the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore, they provide safe spaces, caring mentors, and quality programs to youth ages 6-18. The company has been based at The Bullseye Building since 2021.

Availability

Current

Building Size

48,000 SF

Available Space

Lease Rate

Negotiable

Target Uses

Office

Parking & Transportation

Free Surface Parking
Ample Public Transportation

Some of our tenants:

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