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‘No Apartments, No Compromise’: Baltimore-Area Developers Navigate Neighborhood Pushback

January 18, 2023

When developer Mark Renbaum first proposed a roughly $225M overhaul of the Lutherville Station retail center in Baltimore County, he said he thought he was pursuing a plan benefiting all the area’s stakeholders. His plans for the site call for 400 apartment units and office space next to a light rail station. It is a dense development near a mass transit hub that doesn’t add to suburban sprawl, precisely the kind of building Maryland and Baltimore County’s planning and transportation agencies encourage. “Anything less than a redevelopment on this scale would be a missed opportunity forever regretted — and felt by the Greater Baltimore region,” Renbaum, who is leading the project through the entity Lutherville Station LLC, said in a statement.

Article Source: Bisnow

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