Transamerica Tower (colloquially called the Legg Mason Building and formerly known as the USF&G building), is a 40-story skyscraper in downtown Baltimore
completed in 1973. At 528 feet (161 m), it is the tallest building in Baltimore, the tallest building in Maryland, and the tallest building between Philadelphia and Raleigh (after the completion of RBC Plaza in 2008). It is the former home of Legg Mason corporation.
The building's primary occupant was asset manager Legg Mason, Inc., until 2009.2010 the "Legg Mason" sign is no longer at the top of the building. Previously, the building was occupied by USF&G, but they sold the building when they were purchased by the St. Paul Companies, which is now a unit of The Travelers Companies.In November of 2011, the building was renamed to the Transamerica Tower, after it was purchased by Transamerica. About 800 workers from Transamerica currently are located in the building.