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News & Announcements 10-story, 333,000 sq. ft. Office and Biotech Building on Martin Luther King Boulevard Hopes to Break Ground in April

The University of Maryland BioPark and developer Wexford Science & Technology showed updated plans to the Baltimore City Planning Department’s Urban Design & Architecture Advisory Panel (UDAAP) last Thursday for the $200-plus million, 10-story, 333,000 sq. ft. office and biotech building at the northwest corner of Martin Luther King Blvd. and W. Baltimore St.

This proposed building, which is being called 4 MLK, is Phase One of a two-phrase project that will redevelop a Poppleton/Hollins Market block that borders Martin Luther King Blvd., W. Baltimore St., W. Fayette St., and N. Fremont Ave.

Gregory Herlong, director of development for Wexford, told they are working hard to break ground in April and believe “they can get there.” He said they are not ready to make any tenant announcements, but said they have enough commitments to start construction. It will be an approximately two-year construction timeline.

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