The developer behind Silo Point, a $180 million waterfront condominium development in Baltimore City, is interested in buying a county-owned property at York Road and Bosley Avenue in Towson, according to a letter to Baltimore County Councilman David Marks.
Turner Development Group’s president, Patrick Turner, offered to purchase the former Baltimore County fire station property for $8.3 million plus $200,000 to cover county legal expenses following an unsolicited phone conversation, Marks said.
Towson-based Caves Valley Partners has an agreement with Baltimore County to buy the site for $8.3 million and redevelop the roughly six-acre property as a 24-hour Royal Farms gas station and two buildings of commercial retail, being branded as Towson Station.
The proposal has drawn community opposition throughout the development approval process, most recently at a community input meeting that drew more than 200 people against the project.
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