The Baltimore City Council on Monday night approved changes that would allow the $1 billion global sports apparel company to build a new office tower and the city's first Under Armour store and expand other office buildings on its waterfront campus.
- Under Armour at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics
- Johnny Manziel banners at Under Armour campus [Pictures]
- Athletes with Under Armour endorsements [Pictures]
- Under Armour Harbor East store [Pictures]
- Kevin Plank through the years [Pictures]
- Who are Maryland's billionaires?
- Did Under Armour design flaw slow down U.S. speedskaters? [Video]
- Ray Lewis directs new Under Armour commercial [Video]
- Under Armour's Kevin Plank on Sagamore Farm [Video]
Key Hwy, Baltimore, MD, USA
The zoning changes approved by the council Monday, in the form of amendments to the planned unit development, allow for company expansion with a maximum office and retail development of nearly 1 million square feet. Under Armour plans to build an 80,000-square-foot office building on the site of the "Tide" building, which would be demolished, and a four-story office and flagship store building. The company now owns or leases five buildings on the 25-acre former Procter & Gamble factory.