An eight-story hotel called Residence Inn by Marriott will open in Baltimore’s Harbor Point community by fall 2024, developers announced Wednesday. Rendering courtesy of Beatty Development Group.

A 152-key extended stay hotel will open in Baltimore’s Harbor Point community by fall 2024.

Beatty Development Group announced Wednesday that an eight-story hotel called Residence Inn by Marriott Baltimore Harbor Point will be part of the mixed-use community it’s building between Harbor East and Fells Point.

The hotel will be operated by Donohoe Hospitality Services, a hotel management company that also operates the Canopy by Hilton hotel at Harbor Point. It was designed by BHC Architects, with Beatty Design as the interior designer.

The Residence Inn is being constructed on the east side of the 27-acre Harbor Point community, next to a phase called Allied | Harbor Point that also includes 500 residences and a 1,250 space garage. Construction of Allied | Harbor Point began this spring. The hotel’s entrance, restaurant and bar will be accessible from Allied Row, a pedestrian plaza that will branch off Caroline Street and contain about 10,000 square feet of retail space.

Designed for longer stays, the Residence Inn by Marriott brand offers suites with separate living, working and sleeping zones, kitchens, complimentary grocery delivery service, 24-hour markets, and complimentary breakfast. The Harbor Point hotel will be the sixth Residence Inn in Donohoe’s portfolio.

“Harbor Point is a distinctive neighborhood with strong appeal for both business and leisure travelers,” said Michael Beatty, president of Beatty Development Group, in a statement. “We’re excited to partner with Marriott and Donohoe to fulfill this unique need for a high-end extended stay hotel space at Harbor Point.”

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Ed Gunts

Ed Gunts is a local freelance writer and the former architecture critic for The Baltimore Sun.