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Looking to trade your desk job for some time on the water? You’re in luck.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank’s development firm appears to be trying to make good on its promise to give back to Baltimore while transforming Port Covington. Sagamore Development shared today that it has partnered with several other companies and organizations in Baltimore on a workforce training program for city residents based out of The Foundery in Port Covington.
It’s open season for jobs at Sagamore Pendry Baltimore, the new 128-room luxury hotel built on the old Rec Pier building in Fells Point. Sagamore Development is holding two hiring events this week to fill out the hotel’s staff ahead of its planned February opening.
A new version of the Baltimore water taxi appeared today in the Inner Harbor, and it looks pretty sleek. The boat is several weeks away from giving its first ride to paying customers, but Sagamore Ventures today gave members of the media a chance today to enjoy a preview ride.
If you’ve been out walking in Fells Point lately, you have undoubtedly seen a clean, three-story brick hotel taking shape on the site of the historic Recreation Pier. The construction, coupled with the ongoing utility work on nearby roads, makes it hard to miss.
Rendering courtesy Sagamore Development.
The Baltimore City Council voted on Monday to night to give final approval for $660 million in public financing for the Under Armour-backed Port Covington development project.
The massive public financing deal for the Port Covington development project in South Baltimore moved one step closer to becoming law on Monday after a 12-0 preliminary vote of approval by the Baltimore City Council.