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Brewers Hill

Brewers Hill is a 27-acre industrial site and a major part of Baltimore’s industrial past. It is a historic renovation and adaptive reuse of an 11-building complex, including two landmark breweries, the Gunther Brewery and the former National Brewery, where “Natty Boh” was first brewed. The main National Brewery plant on the north end of the site received Maryland State Green tax credits. The project was the first LEED silver level applicant in the new statewide green initiative program.

Size: 740,000 SF

Location: Baltimore, MD

Completion: 2005

Cost: $25M

Completed by Khanh Uong, Project Architect, with Cho Ben Holback + Associates

Photo Credit: Alain Jaramillo

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