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Developer plans affordable housing in Woodberry after CHAP rejects initial plan

February 11, 2021

Baltimore’s historic preservation panel gave a thumbs down to new designs for 50 apartments in historic Woodberry — and the developer responded Wednesday by pledging to change the development to affordable housing. Less than a day after a vote by the Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation, or CHAP, to reject plans by developer and private equity investor Larry E. Jennings Jr. for market-rate units at 3535 Clipper road, Jennings said he would convert the site to low-income housing and seek state subsidies to do so.

Article Source: Baltimore Business Journal

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