Baltimore — The Fitzgerald at UB Midtown is set to become the largest LEED-certified apartment community in the Baltimore area.
Baltimore — The Fitzgerald at UB Midtown, a 275-apartment mixed-use development sitting on 4.6 acres of land owned by the University of Baltimore (UB), is set to become the largest LEED-certified apartment community in the Baltimore area. The project is registered with the U.S. Green Building Council and is currently operating a sustainability strategy that will implement a number of environmentally conscious design features for energy and water efficiency, as well as improved air quality and recycling initiatives. In addition to its residential component, The Fitzgerald will house 24,000 square feet of retail space anchored by Barnes & Noble College Booksellers Superstore. Retail development is expected to deliver in early summer, while the development’s 1,245-space parking garage opened on January 11. The Fitzgerald is a joint venture between Greenbelt, Md.-based The Bozzuto Group, Gould Property Co., NYSTRS and former Baltimore Raven Michael McCrary.
— Lindsay Sport