A Baltimore County review committee has approved an initial request by a pair of developers to scale down the original plan for the stalled Towson Row project in downtown Towson, a mixed-use development that has broken ground but has been sitting idle since December. [GTCCA note: Groundbreaking was in October, 2015]
However, those revisions — which include building a larger hotel and scraping a planned underground parking garage — must now be incorporated into a final overall plan for the project that county officials must approve before construction can continue, Baltimore County spokeswoman Ellen Kobler said.
The county’s Development Review Committee on June 20 approved a request from Towson-based Caves Valley Partners and Owings Mill-based Greenberg Gibbons to redesign the project to make it slightly smaller than the development’s original plan, Kobler said. The committee is responsible for reviewing and approving development in the county.
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