The first residents moved into the black glass tower’s 103 apartments early this summer. Exelon and its subsidiaries began moving into the 20-story building named for the parent of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. last month.
On Friday, Exelon will celebrate the tower’s official opening with the developer and city officials, fulfilling a promise to the state related to its 2012 takeover of BGE’s then-parent Constellation Energy Group and marking the culmination of more than a decade of planning and work to convert the polluted site of a former chromium plant into a gleaming development of offices and homes.
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