Plans for two apartment buildings set to replace the Locke Insulators plant at Port Covington were debated before a city design panel for the second time as the project moves toward a groundbreaking next year. The schematics by Baltimore-based Hord Coplan Macht show the six-story brick, glass and steel structures that together will hold 425 luxury apartments. The plans were presented Thursday to the Urban Design and Architecture Advisory Panel, or UDAAP, as revisions to original designs presented in late October that UDAAP members said had room for improvement. The UDAAP is overseen by the Department of Planning and must sign off on all design plans before the project moves into permitting.
Designs revamped for two new luxury apartment towers in Port Covington
December 19, 2022