Dustin Baker’s office had a view that any chief executive would envy. Columnist Dan Rodricks visited it in fall 2017.
Questar has topped off its 44-story luxury apartment building, 414 Light Street.
At 500 feet tall, the building is the tallest residential tower in Maryland, according to Questar. The Transamerica building retains its status as the city’s tallest building, at 528 feet.
“We take great pride in achieving this milestone and look forward to delivering a new, best-in-class residential community in the heart of Baltimore,” said Questar CEO Stephen Gorn, in a statement.
The Pikesville developer’s 414 Light will include 394 luxury apartments, the first of which will be available in the spring. The building will also have 12,300-square-feet of ground floor retail and a 469-space parking garage.
Close to 350 construction workers have put in roughly 790,000 hours on the building since construction began in March 2016.