Commerce Place (Baltimore)
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Commerce Place Baltimore
Commerce Place
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Commerce Place with the Phoenix Shot Tower in the foreground
General information
Type Office
Location 1 South Street, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Completed 1992
Opening 1992
Roof 454 ft (138 m)
Technical details
Floor count 31

Commerce Place is a high-rise in Baltimore, Maryland. The building rises 31 floors and 454 feet (138 m) in height,[1] and stands as the fifth-tallest building in the city. The structure was completed in 1992.[2] Commerce Place's project architect and lead designer was architect Geraldine Pontius[3] of RTKL Associates,[1] a Baltimore-based architectural and engineering firm; the structure is an example of Postmodern architecture.[2] 23 of the building's 31 floors are used for commercial offices, while six are used for parking.[1] The remaining two floors are used as retail space.

See also


  1. ^ a b c d "Commerce Place". Retrieved . 
  2. ^ a b c "Commerce Place". Retrieved . 
  3. ^ Solomon, Associate Editor, Nancy B. (October 1991). "Women in Corporate Firms, Geraldine C. Pontius, Associate Principal, RTKL". Architecture. 80 (10): Page 83. 

Coordinates: 39°17?21.6?N 76°36?37.6?W / 39.289333°N 76.610444°W / 39.289333; -76.610444

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