DMS Development will bring its plans for 101 York, a 571-bed Towson University student housing project, to a wide audience at a planned unit development PUD public meeting Wednesday, yet a few weeks after the plans were submitted to Councilman David Marks, many of Towson’s stakeholder groups already had made up their minds on the project.
After a round of meetings with DMS, an official from the Greater Towson Council of Community Associations said there are too many beds and too little parking for the project. Representatives from the Towson American Legion Post No. 22 next door called the project too big for the parcel. Only the Towson Chamber of Commerce has come out in support of it.