July 16, 2019
Transwestern Commercial Services’ (TCS) Mid-Atlantic multifamily group is marketing the adaptive reuse of a 138,000-square-foot historic warehouse at 1901 Light St. in Baltimore. The project could potentially support more than 140 apartments.
TCS EVPs Dean Sigmon and Robin Williams and VP Justin Shay are seeking a joint venture development partner on behalf of the ownership.
“1901 Light St. provides unique aspects that will attract tenants such as high ceilings, historic brick façade, and exposed wood beams,” said Shay. “These features help differentiate the project from the thousands of other apartment units that have delivered in recent years.”
Originally built in the late 1800s, the site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s within walking distance of historic Federal Hill and the recently-renovated Cross Street Market, and sits just north of Port Covington, a 226-acre development site that will include the future Under Armour headquarters campus.
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