BALTIMORE—While Harbor East Management Group is still working on whether to build a six-story or eight-story addition to its Four Seasons Baltimore property, whatever plan it chooses will ensure the building’s status as the tallest tower in the city.

Harbor East Director Jason Huss says the firm plans to build three model units on the building’s 19th floor to gauge buyer interest. The eight-story addition would feature 83 condominium units, according to the Baltimore Sun.

If Harbor East moves forward with the six-story plan, the completed project would bring the building to a height of 28 stories. The eight-story plan would have the property soar to 30 stories.

Huss presented updated plans on Thursday for the condo project to the city’s Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel. The panel later recommended approval of the addition proposal. See story in the Baltimore Sun.