Topgolf to begin constructing ultra-modern Baltimore art venue, Maryland

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Topgolf Entertainment Group, a global entertainment, and sports company will be constructing a new, cutting-edge art venue in the city of Baltimore, Maryland. The technology-enabled entertainment center will be the first locale to serve the Baltimore community and the third serving the state of Maryland. The Topgolf Baltimore will be constructed on approximately 6 acres of land in the Southern Gateway Entertainment District. The entertainment center will feature a unique skylit central atrium along with comfortable seating, yard games, and a giant video wall. The skylit central atrium creates a hang-out spot that guests will enjoy while watching the action on the patio, bars, and rooftop terraces.

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Topgolf will also provide private event rooms for different occasions such as corporate meetings or celebrations.  Construction is slated to begin within the next couple of months and is expected to be complete by 2022. It will be located at the intersection of Stockholm and Warner’s streets facing the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River and adjacent to Horseshoe Casino Baltimore and M&T Bank Stadium. The art center will employ nearly 500 people who will work on the 90 hitting bays as well as the full-service restaurant and bar.

“This landmark project has already delivered considerable value to the city and laid the foundation for future development in the Southern Gateway,” said Colvin Tarbert, Baltimore Development Corporation President, and CEO. “I’m proud of the partnership we have established with Topgolf and our ability to work together to bring about this innovative art venue which we can all agree will benefit the company, the city of Baltimore, and local taxpayers.” “The addition of Topgolf to the Warner Street corridor will provide more job opportunities for Baltimore City residents, broaden the city’s tax base and serve as another source of entertainment for families in Baltimore,” said the Mayor of Baltimore, Brandon Scott. “This is an exciting moment for Baltimore, and I look forward to the project’s formal groundbreaking later this spring.”