Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Expands to 145,000 Square Feet

BALTIMORE – Cushman & Wakefield and Harbor East Management Group announced that Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has expanded its footprint at Legg Mason Tower by 39,000 square feet. Now occupying 145,000 square feet, the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School sublet an additional floor from Legg Mason as well as the last remaining full floor of direct space from Harbor East Management Group. This expansion brings the Legg Mason Tower to 100% occupancy.

Bruce Matthai and David Gillece of Cushman & Wakefield represented Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in the transaction. Legg Mason was represented by Cushman & Wakefield brokers Matthew Seward, Douglas Brinkley and Lizzy Sweeney, while Harbor East Management Group was represented by Brian Wyatt, also of Cushman & Wakefield.

“The Legg Mason Tower presents an iconic image along Baltimore’s skyline and stands as a testament to our commitment to develop and operate world-class, mixed-use real estate,” stated Tim O’Donald, President of Harbor East Management Group. “We are very grateful for our long-standing relationship with the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and are honored to provide a space for businesses and their employees to grow and thrive.”

“We are very fortunate to have the leadership in our community that comes from institutions like Harbor East Management Group, Legg Mason and Johns Hopkins,” remarked Bruce Matthai, Cushman & Wakefield Senior Managing Director. “We are pleased to be of service to these important Baltimore organizations.”

The Legg Mason Tower has quickly become one of Baltimore’s signature properties. The 24-story, 660,000-square-foot Class-A office tower is part of a larger complex that includes a 1,150-car, five-story underground garage; the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore; and the Four Seasons Private Residences. Both the building itself as well as Legg Mason’s interiors are certified LEED Silver.

Rebecca Murphy
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