Chateau in final phase of Woodland Village


November 01, 1992|By Edward Gunts | Edward Gunts,Staff Writers

Chateau Builders has opened a sales center for the final phase of Woodland Village, a 632-unit community in Ellicott City.

The final phase includes 125 three-bedroom townhouses with prices starting at $133,990 and 72 two-bedroom "garden homes" starting at $95,990. The sales center is open daily from noon to 6 p.m. at Old Stockbridge and Village drives.

Preservation conference

"The Total Community: Preserving a Way of Life," is the title of Maryland's 1992 Preservation Conference and Commercial Revitalization Training Program. It will be held Friday and Saturday at the Loews Annapolis Hotel, 126 West St. in Annapolis.

Economic revitalization trends and techniques will be the chief topics of discussion the first day, and more traditional preservation issues will be discussed the second day. Sponsors include the Maryland Historical Trust and the Maryland Main Street Center, offices of the state's Department of Housing and Community Development.

Admission costs $50 for both days. Registration information is available from Sue King of the Trust at 410-514-7616.

Architects' awards

The Maryland Institute College of Art received the President's Award from the Baltimore chapter of the American Institute of Architects, in ceremonies held last month. The award was given in recognition of the college's efforts to increase awareness of the built environment and to hire local architects for restorations and additions, such as the new Commons student housing complex.

The Distinguished Service Award went to Laurie Feinberg, a planner with Baltimore City and treasurer for the chapter's board of directors. Ms. Feinberg helped the local chapter keep its books balanced at a time when many of its counterparts around the country are experiencing financial difficulties as a result of the recession.

Around the region

* Cynthia Wick has joined the Home Builders Association of Maryland as director of communications and public relations.

* Architect Michael Graves will discuss his work during a free lecture at the University of Maryland's School of Architecture on Wednesday. It starts at 7 p.m. in the school's auditorium on the College Park campus.

* Rosellen J. Fleishman and Richard E. Fields have been promoted to vice president of Casey & Associates, a Baltimore-based real estate company. They were previously sales agents with the company.

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