A part of the first phase of the proposed $5.5 billion Port Covington project in South Baltimore, Rye Street Market will become a three-building, mixed-use complex with an open-air market and food hall, shops, offices and event space.
Rye Street Market consists of three buildings totaling over 275,000 square feet that surround a plaza reminiscent of an old European village square. The project includes loft-style offices, a meeting space, a rooftop event space and ground-level shops and restaurants. The project features an open-air market and food hall that developers say is inspired by Baltimore’s neighborhood markets. The three buildings are all interconnected via a central MEP infrastructure that originates out of the largest of the three buildings: a 175,000 square foot high-rise office building.