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Stalled Towson Row project clears a hurdle – Baltimore Sun

A Baltimore County review committee has approved an initial request by a pair of developers to scale down the original plan for the stalled Towson Row project in downtown Towson, a mixed-use development that has broken ground but has been sitting idle since December. [GTCCA note: Groundbreaking was in October, 2015]

However, those revisions

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Towson Row wins approval to move forward with revised plan – Towson Flyer

The developers of Towson Row have received county approval for a revised site plan that changes the location of its office tower and is, overall, slightly scaled down from the original plan.

The approval from Baltimore County’s Development Review Committee on Tuesday is the latest evidence of new life for this long-stalled project that

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County Council approves changes to downtown Towson zoning district – Baltimore Sun

The Greater Towson Council of Community Associations

The Baltimore County Council on Monday night unanimously approved a bill introduced by Councilman David Marks that amends some of the standards for the Downtown Towson Overlay District, a zoning designation the council approved in August that places controls on development in downtown Towson.

Marks, who represents Towson, said he amended the original bill,

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Below the surface, a vexing problem for Towson Row – Baltimore Sun

More than a year after a ceremony touting the massive Towson Row development, the downtown project seen by Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz as an “urban centerpiece” has been stalled by an immovable object.

Officials with developer Caves Valley Partners say they must reconfigure the project after discovery of a geological issue – solid

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Towson Row developer strikes deal on open space fees – Baltimore Sun

Caves Valley Partners, the developer of Towson Row, has agreed to pay an additional $95,000 in open space waiver fees, beyond the $55,000 that the company is required to pay Baltimore County.

The deal was struck in late December and recently announced that the additional money will be paid to two community groups, the

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