The Lenore

Marks, Thomas Architects|Hamel Builders|Baybridge Properties

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Named after Edgar Allan Poe’s 1843 poem, The Lenore is an adaptive re-use of the former historic Federal Reserve Bank originally designed in 1926. The newly renovated building located in Baltimore’s central business district consists of 102 luxury lofts and flats. Building amenities include an iPad bar, cyber lounge, outdoor patio grill/lounge area, gated dog walk area, community lounge and fitness center. Of particular interest to residents and client is the outdoor lounge area. Artfully tucked between the project building and an adjacent building the lounge area provides residents a private green space in an urban environment.  The project is anticipating LEED Silver certification and has taken advantage of federal historic preservation tax credits.

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