Developer Mark Sapperstein said Thursday he plans to add another office building and a hotel to his 20-acre McHenry Row site in South Baltimore.
The decision comes as Comcast prepares to move into about 28,000 square feet at the Locust Point project next year. The latest new tenant, Diamondback Brewing Co. is expected to open in a few weeks.
Sapperstein said he expects the next office building to be between 85,000 and 100,000 square feet. The hotel is planned as a 119-room Marriott Courtyard, he said. (Marriott could not be reached for comment Thursday evening.) He expects to go before the city's design panel next week.
McHenry Row, which Sapperstein started redeveloping more than 10 years ago includes 250 apartments; about 300,000 square feet of offices and 110,000-square feet of retail, including a Harris Teeter grocery store. Sapperstein's 28 Walker Development also has another 224-unit apartment building in the works at the site.
With the Comcast deal announced Thursday, the project's offices are fully leased.