Port Covington Lands H. Chambers as a New Office Tenant, Loses Baltimore Sun Media, Plans to Rebrand with New Name

The new developers of Port Covington have signed their first office tenant since construction began on a series of buildings more than a year ago, but they’re also losing a major tenant.

H. Chambers Company, an architecture and interior design firm that’s currently at Montgomery Park in south Baltimore, on Thursday signed a 10-year lease to occupy 9,000 square feet of space at Rye Street Market, one of several buildings nearing completion along Cromwell Street, according to MaryAnne Gilmartin, founder and CEO of MAG Partners, one of the lead developers of Port Covington.