Hord Coplan Macht starts Phase Two of Park View project...

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July 29, 2002

Hord Coplan Macht starts Phase Two of Park View project

Hord Coplan Macht, a Baltimore architecture, landscape architecture, interiors and land-planning firm that specializes in independent senior housing and assisted-living facilities, has announced the start of its latest project - Phase Two of Park View at Ellicott City.

The first phase, consisting of 81 one- and two-bedroom units in the 8700 block of Ridge Road - was completed in 1999. The project received a Silver Achievement Award from the National Association of Home Builders, National Council on Senior Housing.

The Shelter Group, the Baltimore developer of Park View, added the second phase of 91 units - an 80,000-square-foot complex of one- and two-bedroom apartments in a four-story, midrise design. The $7.3 million project was dedicated July 23.

Nixon's Farm is offering `Survivor'-themed parties

Nixon's Farm is offering Survivor parties for 50 or more participants on its property in West Friendship.

The events include a buffet dinner and dessert, beverages with an optional bar, "survivor challenges," set-ups, decorations and prizes.

Information: 410-442-2151.

Optimum Health for Life moves practice to Laurel

Optimum Health for Life has moved its practice to 413 Main St. in the historic district of Laurel.

Naturopath Mary Conley will be available for consultations and will offer herbal remedies at the facility.

The office of Corporate Pit Stop, an on-site seated-massage company, is also at the Laurel location.

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