BALTIMORE – Real estate investment and development company, Metropolitan Partnership, Ltd., will open an innovative new apartment community engineered for the post-COVID world with single occupancy residences, enhanced air filtration, and increased elevator-to-resident ratios. The Redwood Campus Center at 300 West Redwood Street in Downtown Baltimore will deliver July of 2021 and is expected to be a popular address for students, faculty, and staff of the nearby University of Maryland, Baltimore medical campus and graduate schools.
The project is one of the country’s first post COVID-19 engineered residential projects to deliver in the coming academic year. It’s designed for environmental health and safety, featuring fresh air induction, continuous air exchange, medical grade MERV 13 filtration, UV air treatment, and enhanced antibacterial cleaning of common areas.
Redwood Campus Center will incorporate eleven stories and 395 fully-furnished apartments to Downtown Baltimore, one of the country’s most densely-populated residential districts with more than 43,000 residents.
“Even during a global recession, this investment shows how desirable Baltimore is as a place to invest and live,” said Baltimore Mayor Brandon M. Scott. “I thank Metropolitan for its longstanding commitment to our city and look forward to future collaborations around public health for our residents.”
“This project is a perfect fit for Downtown Baltimore and will draw heavily from the University of Maryland Medical School, Medical Center, and professional graduate schools,” said Shelonda Stokes, President of Downtown Partnership of Baltimore. “When you look at the nearby investment at the Arena, Superblock, and Lexington Market, it’s clear the Redwood Campus Center will open in a great location at exactly the right time.”
When you look at the nearby investment at the Arena, Superblock, and Lexington Market, it’s clear the Redwood Campus Center will open in a great location at exactly the right time.
“Redwood Campus Center will provide a strong anchor at the southern end of the Howard Street corridor, right across from the Arena,” said Colin Tarbert, President & CEO of the Baltimore Development Corporation. “The building will create 24-7 activity that bridges Charles Center with the Bromo Tower arts district and University of Maryland campus on the western edge of Downtown.”
The Redwood Campus Center continues Metropolitan’s commitment to Baltimore, which began in 2012 with the development 10 Light followed by 1 Light, both in the heart of Downtown. It’s being jointly developed with Kinsley Properties and constructed by Kinsley Construction.
More information about the project is available at: www.redwoodcampuscenter.com
Metropolitan Partnership, Ltd., founded in 1984, is a privately held U.S. real estate development and investment company operating in major urban gateway markets across the eastern United States. Metropolitan implements complex development strategies to create investment value in urban, suburban, infill, and mixed-use assets. www.metropolitanpartnership.com