ROOST Apartment Hotel, a leading high-design extended-stay hotel concept, announced the brand’s continued expansion with plans to open an 81-room property this summer at Baltimore Peninsula – a 235-acre redevelopment project located on Baltimore City’s prime waterfront that is currently one of the largest urban revitalization and redevelopment efforts in the US.
Conceptualized by Philadelphia-based hospitality company Method Co. (also behind acclaimed hotels like Wm. Mulherin’s Sons, The Pinch, & The Quoin), the ROOST Apartment Hotel brand combines the boutique hotel experience with apartment-style living. The Baltimore property is designed in collaboration between architecture firm Hord Coplan Macht, interior design firm Aumen Asner Inc., and Method Co., and will feature 81 furnished studio, one, two, and three-bedroom apartment hotel units, a 24-7 concierge, and 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor resort-like amenity spaces, including an open-air pool lined with cabanas and an outdoor fireplace centered around a full-service hybrid bar and lounge. Each apartment hotel unit will include full-size kitchens outfitted with modern appliances and full-wall windows and balconies.
The apartment hotel units, amenity space, and lobby will be furnished with custom and curated pieces from designers such as Lawson-Fenning, Gubi, TON, Pedrali, &Tradition, Interior Define, Noguchi, Santa and Cole, Dumais Made, O & G, and Lumas. The furniture curation throughout the space, also designed by Method Studios, is inspired by the industrial and maritime heritage of Baltimore city. The space will be refined with vintage designer pieces, with a color palette of blues and greens accented by blackened steel and rich walnut wood. Method Co. will be leasing out 40 apartment units for long-term residents who will also have access to all of the building’s amenities.
This addition of the ROOST Apartment Hotel follows a series of announcements the development team has recently made, including the start of residential leasing; welcoming CFG Bank as the area’s largest office tenant; renaming of the neighborhood to Baltimore Peninsula; and the launch of a new strategic partnership with Sweeten to bring data-driven decision making to the construction industry, resulting in increased participation by local minority and women-owned businesses.
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