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Developers of Baltimore’s $100M Compass project to meet with the city’s preservation commission about possible demolition work along Howard and Fayette streets; Hendler Creamery up for discussion again

May 4, 2023

Ever since Baltimore officials chose a team to redevelop 18 city-owned properties along Howard, Lexington and Fayette streets, the $100 million project has been characterized as a mixture of historic preservation and new construction. Next week, the developers will meet with Baltimore’s Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation (CHAP) to see which properties the panel will allow them to alter or tear down to make way for their project, called The Compass.

Article Source: Baltimore Fishbowl

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