An administrative law judge will decide whether a Towson student housing project that’s drawn criticism from neighbors and community members should go forward.
The $75 million project would accommodate more than 600 college students, mainly those attending nearby Towson University, and would include ground-floor retail space on its 2.74-acre site along York Road.
Neighbors say the proposal is too big, lacks adequate parking and would cause traffic headaches on York Road. County Administrative Law Judge John E. Beverungen began hearings Monday and will decide whether to approve zoning for 101 York.
via Hearings begin for 101 York student housing proposal in Towson – Baltimore Sun.