Baltimore County’s Development Review Committee approved a refinement on Tuesday to the plans for Towson Row, a 5-acre, $350 million mixed-use development on York Road in Towson.

On behalf of developers Greenberg Gibbons and Caves Valley Partners, Venable LLP lawyer David Karceski asked for permission to add 10 hotel rooms to the design and to build the student housing complex in the space previously allocated for apartments.

The project, originally proposed by Caves Valley, was announced in 2013 but was stalled when excavators hit solid rock, which the developer said would make the original plans cost-prohibitive.

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