Project: Foundry Row
Client: Greenberg Gibbons

Foundry Row is an upscale, mixed-use center on a former industrial brownfield site northwest of Baltimore. The project draws its character from the history of its site, a former Solo Cup manufacturing plant in Owings Mills, Maryland. JP2’s design consists of multiple open-air retail buildings around a main street type plan, anchored by a Wegman’s supermarket and a keynote office building. The project includes 375,000 sq ft of retail including both in-line small shops and larger anchor type formats, as well as a gym and restaurants. The design creates a pedestrian friendly district for both the office tenants and shoppers.

Project: MarketPlace at Fells Point
Client: The Dolben Company, Inc/Klein Enterprises/Metropolitan Management Co.

Located in Historic Fells Point, Baltimore, MD, these new urban lifestyle apartments feature open rooms maximizing exterior daylight and views. The bulk of the units open onto a private courtyard space complete with fire pits and water features. Many of the units are rehabbed historic buildings from the late 1800’s with large windows and unique special features. The apartment buildings have direct access to over 100 community retail and entertainment venues on the Fells Point waterfront. In addition to the private courtyards, the project also features a club room, lounge, fitness center, and secured parking for the residents.


2015 ULI Baltimore Wavemaker Award – MarketPlace at Fells Point
This mixed-use project contains 159 apartments above 27,000 sf of retail. The project is sited in the historic waterfront Fells Point community, and retains the original street buildings while giving a modern appeal to the new construction.

Project: Merriweather District
Client: Howard Hughes Corporation

The Merriweather District is a vibrant live/work community on a 68 acre piece of land in Downtown Columbia. Located adjacent to Merriweather Post Pavilion, the project encompasses a full build out with over 750 residential units, approximately 1.2 million sq ft of office and 185,000 sq ft of retail shops and restaurants on about 22 acres. Project components are centered around an active public park that will act as the district's center for activities including concerts, outdoor dining, ice skating, and other civic programming. Paths and walkways will tie the area together and connect to other areas of Downtown Columbia, including a natural conservation area. The district is the first LEED Neighborhood Development v4 in Maryland and only the second development to achieve it on the East Coast.


2022 ULI Baltimore Wavemaker Award
2022 – NAIOP Maryland Awards of Excellence Best Mixed-Use
2018 – USGBC Maryland Wintergreen Maryland Environments Award for Merriweather District Area 3

Project: JP2 Dillon Street
Client: JP2 Architects

The new corporate home for JP2 is an adaptive re-use of a former day care facility in the heart of the Canton Community. The former building was demolished down to a bare shell and reconstructed with all new energy efficient systems and environmentally friendly materials. The office features all LED lighting, new roof-mounted Sola-tubes as well as a new 1,400 sf mezzanine overlooking the open office environment below. The office was honored with a LEED Gold rating shortly after opening in the summer of 2016, just in time to celebrate the firm’s 10th anniversary.


2018 NAIOP Maryland Awards of Excellence
Best office redevelopment – JP2 Architects
Best Retail – Foundry Row (GG and Chesapeake acknowledged)
Best LEED Interior Tenant Fit Out – JP2 Architects

2017 – USGBC Maryland Wintergreen Interiors Project Award for JP2 office.
JP2 is honored to receive the 2017 USGBC Maryland Wintergreen Interiors Project Award for our very own office interior! The annual ceremony recognizes businesses and local projects that demonstrate exemplary commitment and achievements in creating a more sustainable future for Maryland. Located in the heart of Canton, our Dillon Street office was named LEED Gold in 2016 and features all LED lighting, new roof-mounted Sola-tubes as well as a new 1,400 sf mezzanine overlooking the open office environment below.

Project: Southdale Mall
Client: Simon Property Group

A 1.3 million square foot mall located in Edina, Minnesota, Southdale Center is owned and operated by the Simon Property Group. Dating from 1956, the center is noted as being the oldest enclosed mall in the United States. JP2’s renovation of Southdale Center respects the mall’s original mid-century modern design while updating and positioning it for the future. Exterior renovations provide new and renovated mall entrances, as well as the addition of a new food court entrance with a porte-cochère for Minnesota’s inclement weather.

Interior improvements include a new food court with seven tenants and seating for 400, new public amenities including a play area for children and new restrooms, as well as all new finishes and furniture throughout the centers’ concourses. The Grand Court was similarly upgraded with new wood columns, ceiling treatments, lighting and furnishing all reminiscent of the original mid-century designs by Victor Gruen. A new way-finding and signage program, as well as upgraded lighting are also incorporated.


2015 AIA Maryland People’s Choice Award -= Commercial Architecture
The award ceremony was hosted by the AIA Baltimore at Chesapeake Bay Beach Club, a project also designed by JP2 Architects. Southdale Center is located in Edina, Minnesota and is the oldest enclosed mall in the United States.

 2014 ICSC - Southdale Center
Southdale Center in Minnesota, the oldest enclosed shopping mall in the United States, is chosen as the 2014 Silver Design and Development Award winner! The exterior renovations to the 1956 mall include new and updated mall entrances. Interior renovations feature a new food court, new public amenities, new restrooms, as well as new finishes and furniture.

Project: The Shops at Kenilworth
Client: Greenberg Gibbons

The Shops at Kenilworth is a 142,000 sq ft shopping center in Towson, MD that first opened in 1979. The project comprises of a $20 million renovation to modernize the center and create a more pedestrian friendly shopping experience. The full interior renovation includes updates to handrails, restrooms, flooring, lighting, and wayfinding signage. The project also includes an addition with a wine bar, several more restaurant tenants, and a relocated and expanded Trader Joe's grocery store.