Baltimore’s City Council has given final approval to $660 million in public financing for Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank’s mixed-use waterfront development.

Artist’s rendition of what the Port Covington Project would look like after completion. (Courtesy photo)

Artist’s rendition of what the Port Covington Project would look like after completion. (Courtesy photo)

The council voted 12-1 on Sept. 19 to approve the public financing package for Port Covington. The $5.5 billion development will have offices, homes, restaurants, green space and a new campus for Under Armour, a sportswear company.

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is expected to sign the legislation.