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U.S. Army Corps signs big lease to move Baltimore HQ to vacant 2 Hopkins Plaza

The mostly vacant 2 Hopkins Plaza office tower is about to get a new life, one with a mix of office and residential space. The General Services Administration has signed a 15-year lease for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to relocate its Baltimore District headquarters to 143,000 square feet inside the building.

More than 600 employees will relocate from the Army Corps’ current space at the City Crescent Building at 10 S. Howard St. The building has been the Army Corps’ Baltimore District headquarters since 1993. The Army has about 171,000 square feet inside the building, 20 percent more than its new lease at 2 Hopkins Plaza.

Read the full article from the Baltimore Business Journal.


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