Courtesy: Under Armour

Last month, we learned that Baltimore wasn’t on the shortlist of cities being considered by Amazon for its second headquarters. With the proposal to bring HQ2 to Port Covington no longer in the running, officials made the bid publicly available this week.

A group that helmed the package including Marcus Stephens, executive creative director of the proposal and Port Covington team, Plank Industries CEO Tom Geddes and Baltimore Development Corporation CEO Bill Cole made the documents available at City Garage on Wednesday. A website containing the bid is also now available.

The proposal also includes a video showing “A Day in the Life of a Baltimore Professional,” who visits spots around the harbor including the various properties developed by Under Armour and Kevin Plank–owned Sagamore Development and a tablet with an app created by Balti Virtual that shows three layers of the physical site.

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Stephen Babcock

Stephen Babcock is the editor of Baltimore and an editor-at-large of Baltimore Fishbowl.