The Towson Manor Village Community Association is planning an “emergency meeting” this week to discuss two proposed zoning changes in the Towson Triangle that the association fears will lead to taller, higher-density development.
The Towson Triangle is an area bounded by Towsontown Boulevard, Bosley Avenue and York Road.
American Legion Towson Post 22 has
Zoning is not a sexy subject, yet its implications can be immense. Towson is on the verge of making zoning changes that will have major long-term consequences and shape the future of the area.
If the changes are not handled correctly now, it could hurt Towson for decades to come.
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Over the past several years, Towson Manor Village and surrounding communities have vigorously opposed dense, high-rise development within the Towson Triangle due to conflicts arising from increased traffic, storm water management, parking deficiencies, light and sound pollution and the general aesthetics of our skyline.
Our opposition to BMCT zoning within the Towson Triangle has been
A $60 million commercial-residential development in the Towson Triangle announced last week was a decade in the making for DMS Development of Towson, but now that word is out about the latest in a series of Towson developments, plenty of work remains for the developer.
The project, 101 YORK, will feature first-floor retail and 200