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Panel approves plans for new Dulaney Valley Apartments – baltimoresun.com

Baltimore County’s Design Review Panel on Wednesday conditionally approved plans for a pair of luxury apartment buildings containing 430 units at the site of Dulaney Valley Apartments on Dulaney Valley Road in Towson.

“This is the edge of the downtown area, and really is just before the gateway (of Towson),” Daryl Carrington, architect for the project, told the panel. “We perceive the proposed buildings as making, somehow, a transition between that higher density commercial district and the single family residential neighborhood.

Approval was given subject to the specifics of a landscape buffer between the buildings and the existing residential community. The Design Review Panel consists of nine members with architectural, design, and landscaping backgrounds that evaluate development plans to ensure development standards are met.

via Panel approves plans for new Dulaney Valley Apartments – baltimoresun.com.

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