|2005||Townsend Capital and the University of Maryland, Baltimore won the Baltimore Business Journal’s “Heavy Hitters in Commercial Real Estate.”
800 W. Baltimore Street received a Silver Level LEED certification for
800 W. Baltimore Street received a commendation from the City of Baltimore for surpassing the City’s goals with 35% Minority Business Enterprise participation in the design and construction of the building.
|2006||Then Maryland Governor Robert Ehrlich declared the BioPark the first “Maryland Priority Place” in recognition of its positive impact on the economic development of the surrounding community.
Alessio Fasano, Director of the University of Maryland Center for Mucosal Biology was named the University of Maryland “Entrepreneur of the Year” by the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
|2007||Wexford Science and Technology receives the Daily Record’s award for “Top Green Project” for 801 W. Baltimore Street
BioPark named "Emerging University Research Science Park of the Year" by the Association of University Research Parks (AURP)
|2009||David J. Ramsay, DM, DPHil, President University of Maryland, Baltimore received the Greater Baltimore Technology Council’s annual Beta Award recognizing individuals with deep impacts on the local tech community.
The Association of University Research Parks (AURP) awarded Dr. Ramsay with the Community Leadership Award that recognizes a business, university or governmental leader who has made an outstanding contribution to the success and total community impact of a university research and technology park.
SNBL Clinical Pharmacology Center received the 13th annual Maryland International Business Leadership Award given by the World Trade Center Institute
Glknik awarded “Best New Incubator Company for 2009” during the annual Maryland Incubator of the Year awards ceremony.