PANDORA announces move to Baltimore

According to a press release from the Baltimore Development Corporation, PANDORA Jewelry, recently famous for its silver charms, is relocating its regional headquarters to Charm City.

The Baltimore Development Corporation is a nonprofit corporation contracted by the City of Baltimore to provide economic development services.

According to the press release, PANDORA will become the largest tenant at 250 W. Pratt St., leasing five floors of a 20-story building.

“Baltimore City is a place where businesses increasingly want to locate because the city offers a live, work, play environment that companies require to attract and retain professional talent in today’s economy,” said Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake in a statement.

The press release states that BDC “worked with PANDORA to identify and evaluate potential sites.”

“What a great company, and a great fit for Baltimore,” said Brenda McKenzie, president and CEO of BDC, in the press release.

The move is expected to happen in the first quarter of 2015, the press release states. PANDORA’s regional headquarters employs 600.

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