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Inside the New $160M Exelon Tower in Harbor Point

The 65,000-square-foot trading floor to the new Exelon Corp. tower at Harbor Point sat idle on Friday as the building was officially opened by the energy giant’s CEO Chris Crane and Gov. Larry Hogan, among others.

But come Monday morning, the first of more than 1,500 employees — including 650 oil and energy traders — will start work in the $160 million, 21-story building to serve as local headquarters for the Fortune 100 company formed in 2012 when it acquired Constellation for $7.9 billion.

“This is our home, too, its a major stake in supporting the community going forward,” Crane said of the Chicago company’s new Baltimore headquarters. “Exelon is proud to be a major economic engine of Baltimore and of Maryland. About 7,500 Exelon work in Maryland. We pump $1 billion into the payroll each year and we serve customers in Maryland through out three Maryland utilities — and 300,000 more customers on the retail side that will be managed right out of this building.”

Read the full article from the Baltimore Business Journal.


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