Anthem House is a mixed-use community that brings 287 upscale apartment homes, with retail and structured parking, to Baltimore’s Locust Point neighborhood. The landscape design for the development incorporates reclaimed materials and a native plant palette to reflect the site’s ecological and industrial heritage.
Mahan Rykiel provided landscape architectural services for the three-acre site. The scope consists of two amenity rooftop courtyard spaces and streetscape design. The third-story infinity pool courtyard employs a strong, industrial yet- contemporary design aesthetic. The space incorporates spill-out space from the building’s fitness center and is positioned to showcase excellent views of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. The fourth-story courtyard creates a park-like space for residents overlooking Locust Point. It features a rock outcropping promontory, outdoor dining space and a spacious lawn. Both courtyards are arranged above the building’s structured parking.
Ecologically-sensitive streetscaping along Fort Avenue and Lawrence Street reflect the forward thinking nature of the project by utilizing micro-bioretention tree pits to treat the site’s storm water. The project was completed in late 2016 and is LEED Silver Certification.
Winner 2017 Grand Prize, Great American Living Award
2017 Wavemaker Award from Baltimore Chapter of Urban Land Institute