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By Childs Walker | March 20, 2005
David Taylor Research Center Location: Just across the Severn River from downtown Annapolis Developer: Annapolis Partners Description: A $250 million waterfront complex that would feature more than a dozen office buildings, a hotel and stores to serve the complex. The first building scheduled for construction is a 150,000-square-foot headquarters for the Annapolis-based TeleCommunication Systems Inc. Status: After years of debate about the 46-acre site of a former Navy research facility, the county approved development plans in December.
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NEWS
June 13, 2014
Your recent article did a good job of updating readers on the status of transit-oriented development in Maryland ( "After delays, transit-oriented development starts to arrive," June 6). The economic recovery and renewed interest in living in smart growth, mixed-use communities is prompting developers to build around transit from White Flint to Owings Mills. However, the article lacked an explanation of why Marylanders need transit oriented development. Building housing, offices and stores next to transit in already-built communities is a key strategy to curb sprawl, protect the environment, create vibrant communities and make the best use of public investments in infrastructure.
EXPLORE
November 22, 2011
I was recently one of the many citizens to attend the public workshop about the Baltimore Washington Intermodal Facility. I was impressed by the sheer volume of information presented. I am looking forward to additional information as plans progress, and encourage my fellow community members to be a part of this process as it continues. We need to let the process work and recognize the benefits of this facility to Maryland, wherever it is sited. We also have to remember that in order to grow the current job offerings in our community we need to objectively evaluate all opportunities presented.
NEWS
By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2012
Baltimore County residents sounded off Thursday on planned development in Owings Mills, an issue that has become highly contentious as the county considers whether to allow an upscale retail complex at the site of the former Solo Cup plant. A County Council hearing on zoning issues in District 2 focused on whether the manufacturing property off Reisterstown Road should be approved for retail use to make way for a 385,000-square-foot development called Foundry Row that would be anchored by a Wegmans supermarket.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | December 13, 2011
The word on Torrey Smith when he entered the 2011 NFL Draft was that the wide receiver could become the vertical threat offenses desire. And he has done that for the Ravens, averaging 18.7 yards per catch in his rookie campaign and posting four of six touchdown receptions of at least 25 yards. But Smith also proved that he can make the necessary grabs on short and intermediate routes that produce first downs, not just highlight-reel scores. In the team's 24-10 victory over the Indianapolis Colts Sunday, Smith caught five passes for 48 yards, averaging 9.6 yards - his second-lowest average when making at least three grabs this season.
NEWS
By Patrick Gilbert and Patrick Gilbert,Sun Staff Writer | April 26, 1994
One of the most ambitious community developments in Baltimore County is a step closer to reality with unanimous Planning Board approval of the 3,300-acre Honeygo Plan.The proposal, drafted by the Office of Planning and Zoning and supported by local community associations, calls for 4,259 housing units, 80 percent of which would be single-family homes.Although some members questioned the plan's large-scale reduction in zoning density and the 20-year timetable for its implementation, the Honeygo Plan sailed through the board.
BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman | May 20, 2014
The 11-acre site of a long-planned residential development in Laurel sold Friday for $8.5 million, the new Rockville-based owner said. The new owner, Cohen Siegel Investors, LLC, plans to start work on the first phase of the Hawthorne Place project in “early fall,” using designs approved under the previous ownership, said company owner Alan Cohen. The first phase involves 296 multi-family units and "ancillary" commercial space, according to a news release from Cushman & Wakefield of Maryland, Inc., which arranged the sale.  The estimated cost of the first phase is $60 million, Cohen said.
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