State endorses Annapolis parking garage

December 16, 2004

The state Board of Public Works brushed aside concerns of transit advocates and an Annapolis neighborhood group yesterday by endorsing a five-story parking garage at the gateway to the city's historic downtown.

The 732-space garage, planned at Bladen and Calvert streets, has long been envisioned as a replacement for more than 400 state employee parking spots that were lost when a nearby parking lot was used for public housing.

Expected to be completed in 2006, the garage will cost at least $24 million and will be paid for through revenue bonds.

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