Developers of a project on the former site of the Presbyterian Home of Maryland are seeking to build up to 45 condominium units, saying the plan will preserve the Towson property’s front yard as green space.
An application submitted Friday to Baltimore County for the site known as the Bosley Mansion calls for keeping the original mansion and many of its additions, plus adding two new residential buildings and several small additions.
The Presbyterian Home of Maryland closed a nursing facility at the site last year.
The property at 400 Georgia Court in West Towson’s Southland Hills is being redeveloped by Marty Azola of Azola Companies and Delbert Adams of Delbert Adams Construction Group under the name Bosley Estates LLC.
“The partners’ vision for the property is to transform the [home] into a unique upscale residential condominium building while still preserving the Bosley Mansion, preserving the front yard green space, and enhancing the overall ambiance of the property,” attorney Edward Gilliss wrote in an application to County Councilman David Marks.
A previous plan for the site had drawn outcry from neighbors. Caves Valley Partners made an offer to buy the property and planned to rent it to the county government for office space. In January, the Towson-based developer announced it was abandoning those plans.