The “timeout” on the 101 York student housing project that was imposed by Councilman David Marks in November in order to address parking issues appears to be over, as the developer presented a parking analysis and plans on Friday, which the firm says addresses community concerns.
David Schlachman, principal of DMS Development, presented the plans to Greater Towson Council of Community Associations President Paul Hartman and Josh Glikin, who chairs a committee responsible for the future of the building site, known as the Towson Triangle.
Schlachman said the revised plans for the York Road development will add 125 onsite student parking spaces, but that an additional 40 beds will need to be added to offset the additional costs for parking.
via Developer adds more student parking, beds to Towson’s 101 York plans – baltimoresun.com.
will the people in the 40 new beds also need parking? So, then, 165 parking places?