Pandora Jewelry has signed a lease to move its American headquarters to Baltimore.
The company will occupy 87,862 square feet on five floors of the 24-story building.
The sales, marketing, supply chain, IT, legal, human resources, accounting, and finance departments will all move to the new location. The company will keep its current offices in Columbia, Md., for operations (a renovation is planned).
“We were committed to finding a location that could support the company’s growth over the next 10 years, as well as foster a professional environment that maintains a friendly and fun atmosphere,” said Scott Burger, president, Pandora Americas, in a statement. “After an arduous selection process, considering over 60 locations, we are thrilled to have settled on 250 West Pratt Street, which is highly visible, easily accessible from all major interstates, and provides us with an opportunity to have a branded presence in the heart of Charm City.”
The building will be branded with the company’s logo on two sides. The logos will be backlit to glow purple during football season and orange during baseball season in support of the Baltimore Ravens and the Baltimore Orioles, respectively.
The move is scheduled for the first quarter of 2015.