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Criticism spurs changes at 101 York project – baltimoresun.com

The developers of 101 York, a $60 million student housing project recently announced for downtown Towson, are working to make minor changes to the project in the face of opposition from the Greater Towson Council of Community Associations and the American Legion Towson Post No. 22.

“It’s not like the community is anti-development — it’s just anti-bad development, and they don’t feel this is the appropriate use of this space,” Paul Hartman, president of the Greater Towson Council of Community Associations, said.

Leaders from the two groups heard a presentation for the plans after it was announced in late May, and shortly thereafter, voiced their concerns about the project’s parking situation, size and design.

via Criticism spurs changes at 101 York project – baltimoresun.com.

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