Annapolis appeals panel to begin hearings on mixed-use project

June 12, 2000

The Annapolis Board of Appeals is scheduled to begin a round of public hearings this evening on a plan to build a mixed-use community near Westgate Circle.

Hearings are scheduled for 7:30 tonight, Wednesday and June 21 at City Hall. An additional hearing would take place July 13 if needed.

The project, to be called Park Place, would include a 225-room hotel, two office buildings, a 950-seat auditorium, 208 condominiums and a 1,400-space parking garage spread over 7 acres at West Street and Taylor Avenue. The developer needs approval from the Board of Appeals.

Around town

GOP breakfast: Robert Burdon, president and chief executive officer of the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce, will discuss local business issues as guest speaker at the Wednesday Republican Breakfast Club from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. at Middleton Tavern on Dock Circle in Annapolis. Cost is $3.50.

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