414 Light Street stands 44 stories above Baltimore’s historic Inner Harbor, a beacon of the city’s renaissance as a hub of innovation. Developed by Questar Properties with a meticulous attention to detail, 414 Light Street was designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz to reflect the rich history of Baltimore, redefining this storied address as the most desirable residential experience in the Mid-Atlantic region. A stunning architectural achievement of shimmering glass and steel, 414 Light Street intends to elevate the standard of living in Baltimore, introducing resort-inspired amenities and hospitality-influenced service at the water’s edge.
Acclaimed architects Solomon Cordwell Buenz, the firm behind award-winning high-rises in cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago, have envisioned 414 Light Street as an iconic design that takes its inspiration from Baltimore’s nautical heritage. Soaring sail-inspired forms evoke the elements that surround the Inner Harbor, while the light blue glass exterior reflects the neighboring skyline and mirrors the water of the harbor below. Intentionally designed to complement its historic waterfront setting, 414 Light Street will make a statement as the tallest residential tower to stand in the City of Baltimore.
Sophisticated, timeless and accommodating, the refined interiors at 414 Light Street will welcome home residents with a neutral, refreshing color palette, infused with pops of bright color. Imagined by celebrated residential interior designer Kari Whitman, one of the nation’s most recognized and innovative talents, the public spaces at 414 Light Street are inviting and light-filled common areas – an elemental backdrop for a contemplative moment or a relaxed gathering of friends and family. Kari’s signature style is one of “eclectic self-expressionism.” Kari finds distinctive artifacts to add time and wisdom to each of her projects while integrating the latest offerings in sustainable and pet-friendly design. 414 Light Street’s unit interiors reflect Kari’s superlative finishes and tailored design.
414 Light Street will be LEED Silver certified by the U.S. Green Building Council and the building is a Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) sitting within three blocks of the MARC Camden train station, providing easy access to Washington, D.C., as well as the Light Rail which services BWI Airport, Baltimore Penn Station and Baltimore County. In addition, the onsite 469-space parking garage offers residents the use of electric vehicle charging stations and secured bike storage rooms. The building features water efficient fixtures and landscaping to aid in reducing the building’s use of water, as well as energy efficient lighting fixtures. The units are also complete with smart Wi-Fi thermostats for heating and cooling in residential units. 414 Light Street is committed to being a non- smoking community.
Introducing a new tradition of outdoor, urban living, 414 Light Street will feature a private skyline park. The 7th floor park will feature an urban bosque with vivid flowering plants, shade trees and expansive green lawns to complement the building’s striking glass exterior. Creating a natural framework for its dramatic vistas and active lifestyle, the property’s landscape design offers a natural transition for the numerous indoor and outdoor public spaces. The lush plants weave together the angular brilliance of 414 Light Street, each chosen for its resilience and soothing nature.
414 Light Street’s experience of home will be completed by an extraordinary amenity suite. The bespoke collection of over 40,000 square-feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space will be complemented by an unmatched level of personalized service and a 24-hour concierge and staff.
Pre-leasing for 414 Light Street has begun and the first units are expected to be available in March 2018.