ROOST Apartment Hotel opens in Baltimore

Today, Method Co., the nationally-acclaimed real estate management, development, and design company rooted inROOST Apartment Hotel hospitality, in partnership with the Baltimore Peninsula development team, led by MAG Partners and MacFarlane Partners, announce the opening of ROOST Baltimore on July 1. Part of Method Co.’s ROOST Apartment Hotel brand, a leading extended-stay concept known for bridging the boutique hotel experience with apartment-style living, the 81-apartment hotel is located at 2460 Terrapin Way within Baltimore Peninsula, the city’s new 235-acre waterfront community. 

The multi-million-dollar project, designed by architecture firm Hord Coplan Macht, features a mix of furnished studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment hotel units with interiors designed in collaboration between interior design firm Aumen Asner Inc. and Method Studios, Method Co.’s in-house design firm. Additionally, 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.

“We are excited to announce the opening of our seventh ROOST location at Baltimore Peninsula, an unprecedented development project by MAG Partners and MacFarlane Partners that has transformed Baltimore’s waterfront into an incredibly sought-after destination for both locals and visitors,” said Randall Cook, Co-Founder and CEO of Method Co. “The opening of ROOST Baltimore accomplishes the goal we set out on – to bring Baltimore its first-ever extended stay, high-design hotel concept and provide unique and new accommodation offerings for those in need of short- and long-term stays.”

Each apartment hotel unit features full-size kitchens with modern appliances and full-wall windows and balconies to take advantage of the stunning waterfront views. The apartment hotel units, amenity space, and lobby feature custom and curated furnishings from designers such as Lawson-Fenning, Gubi, TON, Pedrali, &Tradition, Interior Define, Noguchi, Santa and Cole, Dumais Made, O & G, Lumas. The furniture curation throughout the space, also designed by Method Studios, draws inspiration from the industrial and maritime heritage of Baltimore as a premier port city. The property includes a 24/7 concierge, an on-site fitness center with Peloton bikes, and 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor resort-like amenity space including an open-air pool lined with cabanas and an outdoor fireplace centered around a full-service hybrid bar and lounge.

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“ROOST opening its doors marks a special day for Baltimore Peninsula and our community,” said MaryAnne Gilmartin, Founder, and CEO of MAG Partners. “Partners like ROOST are critical to realizing Kevin Plank’s vision for Baltimore Peninsula – a destination that draws visitors from across the country to experience what makes our city so special.”

“On behalf of the Baltimore Peninsula development team, congratulations to Method Co. for reaching this exciting milestone,” said Victor MacFarlane, Executive Chairman of MacFarlane Partners. “ROOST is the perfect addition to the lifestyle destination Baltimore Peninsula has become.”

Considered a pioneer in the high-design apartment hotel movement, Method Co.’s ROOST Apartment Hotel brand is significantly expanding its portfolio, with locations in Philadelphia, Cleveland, Tampa, and Detroit, as well as plans to open additional locations in Philadelphia in Fall 2023 and Charleston in 2024.

Method Co. has combined its expertise in design, placemaking, and operations to lead the development of the new property, building upon its robust portfolio of successful brands and hotel property launches, including six open locations of the ROOST Apartment Hotel brand; Whyle, a furnished apartment concept in DC; Wm. Mulherin’s Sons Restaurant & Hotel and HIROKI in Fishtown, Philadelphia; Charleston’s newest luxury boutique hotel, The Pinch, along with its adjacent oyster bar and cocktail lounge, The Quinte; and the recent opening of Wilmington, Delaware’s first, luxury boutique hotel, The Quoin along with its namesake ground-floor restaurant, and craft cocktail lounge, Simmer Down.

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