Builders name Morris Wolf Land Developer of Year Paternal Gift Farm in Howard Co. cited as Project of Year

October 05, 1997

The Land Development Council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland named Morris H. Wolf, principal of Morris H. Wolf Enterprises, of Towson, Land Developer of the Year for 1997 at its awards program last month at the Camden Yard Banquet Club.

Projects developed by Wolf include Vineyard Oak, Country Walk, Woodbridge Center, Harford Town and Laurel Valley in Harford County and Parkview Trail, Chapelgate and Owings Overlook in Baltimore County.

Project of the Year honors went to Paternal Gift for Paternal Gift Farm, an equestrian-centered development in Highland, Howard County, that will include 28 homeowners with joint ownership of a 74-acre working farm with pastures, riding trails, stables and an on-site manager.

Robert Bradley, president of the engineering firm of Morris & Ritchie Associates, of Towson, earned Consultant of the Year honors.

Award of Excellence:

Single Family Small Development: Paternal Gift.

Multifamily Small Development: Harms & Associates for McKinsey Park, Severna Park, Anne Arundel County.

Mixed Use Development: Waverly Woods Development Corp. for Waverly Woods, Woodstock, Howard County.

Silver Merit:

Single Family Small Development: Security Development Corp. for Quarterfield, Ellicott City, Howard County.

Single Family Small Development: Toll Brothers Inc., for Annapolis Preserve, Crownsville, Anne Arundel County.

Pub Date: 10/05/97

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