10 Fort Meade townhomes released for occupancyHarkins...

REAL ESTATE DIGEST

November 26, 1995

10 Fort Meade townhomes released for occupancy

Harkins Builders of Silver Spring has released for occupancy the first 10 of the 251 townhomes the company is building at Fort Meade to replace substandard housing for junior noncommissioned officers and their families.

When completed in May, the project will include 72 two-bedroom, 155 three-bedroom and 24 four-bedroom units in two separate housing areas.

Under the $24 million contract, Harkins will also renovate 24 existing buildings and raze 317 units.

CHK Architects and Planners and the civil engineering firm of Bengston, DeBell & Elkin Ltd., both of Silver Spring, assisted Harkins on the development.

Long & Foster associates named to 'Gold Team'

More than 40 Baltimore-area Long & Foster sales associates were among the 400 "Gold Team" members, agents with more than $3 million in yearly sales, honored at the firm's recent Top Producer's Retreat in Cancun, Mexico.

Local attendees were: Manager Mick Curtis and Mary Aslaksen, Bel Air; Manager Maureen Roloff, Mary Gardner and Elaine Stewart, Burtonsville; Manager Margaret Gallagher, Nellie Arrington and Marjorie Austin, Columbia; Traci Balter, Columbia/Brokenland; Manager Cindy Burgess, Deale.

Also, Manager Joseph Deluca, Katie Barone, Barbara Delahanty, Karen Luster, Bonnie Maxson and Linda Willis, Eldersburg; Pamela Ballo, Ellicott City; Vera Procter, Betty Smith and Thomas Smith, Greenspring; Manager Sharon Bough, Veneranda Arias, Beth Buss, Margaret Emm, Kathleen Moran, Linda Plack, Anne Smoley, Margaret Steen and Cathy Werner, Perry Hall.

In addition, Marc Goldstein, Pikesville; Timothy Blanchfield, John Collins, Daniel Early, Stephen Graves, Kathleen Rouse, Joan Schellhase, Christine Schuster, Shellie Seyer, Margaret Stancavage, Thomas Stancavage, and Kimberly Winter, Severna Park; Frances Gabriel, Shrewsbury, Pa.; Henry Strohminger III, Timonium; George Boudreau, Mary Boudreau and Terrence Brennan, Towson.

News in Brief

Chapel Valley Landscape Co. said Tom Nugent earned his professional certification as a landscape architect from the American Society of Landscape Architects.

HMS of the Mid-Atlantic States reports its earning increased 45.6 percent over last year, according to President Alan N. Pyles. Based in Fairfax, Va., the company sells home protection programs such as the HMS Home Warranty and HMS SellerTrack Home Seller's Liability Protection.

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