Your organization is unique, your office space should be too.


300 West Pratt Street is a home run for any organization looking to marry historical design elements with modern convenience in an unrivaled location. Originally built in 1871, but brought into the modern era in the 1990s, the property impresses with 12+ foot ceilings, exposed brick and an impressive cast-iron façade.

Why 300 West Pratt?

This 61,655 square foot, Class A office building is a rare example of historic rehabilitation along the pre-eminent Pratt Street Corridor – Baltimore’s most sought after business address. Its distinctive environment, premiere location and ease of access make 300 West Pratt Street a unique opportunity for quality tenants.  

Our Tenants Enjoy:

Painless commutes

Proximity to I-395, access to I-95
Quick access to MTA Light Rail

Easy Access

Proximity to UMD, Baltimore Convention Center, & area hotels
First floor retail (Chipotle, Subway, Jimmy John's and Luna Del Sea)

style and charm

Showcased adaptive reuse
Award winning architecture and floor plates
Eclectic interior finishes and design


In the thick of it. 


Described by the Urban Land Institute in 2009 as “the model for post-industrial waterfront redevelopment around the world,” 300 West Pratt Street is ideally situated in the heart of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Located in a city currently ranked 10th in the country for most walkable cities (Walk Score); this space is perfect for the tenant who wants to attract and retain new talent through the live – work – play environment.  



Just steps from Baltimore's business core

300 West Pratt Street is in the middle of an activity hub featuring both historic attractions and modern amenities. Oriole Park at Camden Yards is located just steps across the street. The property also offers convenient access to the Baltimore Convention Center, Hilton and Marriott hotels. 


Centrally located for an easy commute

Getting here is simple. 300 West Pratt Street is convenient to the city’s main highway arteries: I-395, I-95, I-83, Route 40 and Route 1. Take advantage of multiple methods of nearby public transportation. Commuting has never been easier with a corner Light Rail stop and ample parking.

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Anchoring Baltimore's Business District Since 1871.


A true landmark in Baltimore’s history of industry and cast-iron architecture, 300 West Pratt Street was built as the downtown office and warehouse for Wilkens Brush Company, a producer of large-scale industrial production. The cast-iron façade represents the transition from timber and brick assembly, the building's dominant materials, to a more modern material demonstrating Wilken’s progressiveness for the late 19th century. 

During the 1880's a fifth story was added to the building. In 1904, Wilkens relocated the headquarters closer to his plant. The company owned the building until 1929 and in 1940 it was purchased by the Robins Paper Company. In 1989 the structure was revitalized with a mix of new construction and rehabilitation, by the real estate development firm of Stone & Associates. It is currently one of the few remaining cast-iron fronted buildings in the city of Baltimore and an excellent example of a technology of building in transition.

Today, 300 West Pratt Street stands among the most prominent business addresses in Baltimore. The unique combination of historical features with adaptive reuse spaces and modern suites coupled with open and efficient floor plans make this building attractive to a wide variety of businesses. Now owned by a joint venture between ValStone Partners and MLR Partners, it continues to keep up with the times by appealing to tenants seeking the Pratt Street address and its modern allure, but also to those who can appreciate the history that makes this Baltimore building exceptional.