Three plans offered for station

June 20, 2000|By J. Kimball C. Payne | J. Kimball C. Payne,SUN STAFF

The Baltimore Development Corp. has received three proposals for the redevelopment of the 101-year-old Northern District Police Station at 3355 Keswick Road in Hampden.

A joint venture of Keyser Development Corp. and W.L. Blair Development, called "Heritage Village Centre," would provide a home for Heritage Savings Bank, in addition to other office space, and a European-style restaurant. A BDC news release said the developers plan "old-fashioned streetlights, a sculpture garden and lush landscaping."

"Keswick Station," a joint venture by Savannah Development Corp. and BJB Realty Advisors, would have 23 residential units. It would include about 11,000 square feet of commercial space.

A third proposal, called "The Keswick Station," is a joint venture of The Morris Weinman Co. and Azola & Associates Inc., which plans 38 residential units ranging from 650 to 1,320 square feet. It proposes a 1,700-square-foot coffee bar and cafM-i, and 900 square feet open to professional use.

The BDC expects to select a plan by early September, about the time the police are to move.

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