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Questar Properties opens 44-story residential tower

The exterior of the newly opened 44-story 414 Light Street building in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. (PRNewsfoto/Questar Properties)

The exterior of the newly opened 44-story 414 Light Street building in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. (PRNewsfoto/Questar Properties)

Questar Properties, a regional developer and manager of master-planned and mixed-use communities, announced Thursday the grand opening of 414 Light Street, a 394-unit mixed-use community.

Developed by Questar Properties and designed by architecture firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz, the 44-story tower, with more than 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space, has a sail-like design and lies at the water’s edge in the Inner Harbor on the corner of Light and Conway streets.

The building will offer studio, one- and two-bedroom residences and more than half of the 394 residences include private balconies. Rental prices range from approximately $1,890 to $8,000 per month.

The building offers services for residents with a 24-hour concierge, including personal fitness training, reiki healing and onsite massages and access to a host of services from a personal shopper to a cadre of dog walkers. The building also features the 7th floor Skyline Terrace, where residents may sunbathe at the rooftop pool, relish a starlit dinner at the al fresco kitchen, or host an outdoor movie night on the 16-foot dual-sided movie screen on the green.


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