Development at Owings Mills Metro station resumes
A transit-oriented development (TODs) in the Baltimore area that has been in the works for 10 years is moving forward again after a considerable delay, according to the Maryland Reporter. The project is one of many TODs targeted by the state.
"The development of the Owings Mills Metro station is resuming after a three-year-long delay. The dispute that halted work on the projected $220-million transit-oriented development has been resolved, said Don Mohler, spokesman for Baltimore County Executive Jim Smith. Ground-breaking is expected this spring.
"Gov. Martin O’Malley has been pushing for transit-oriented development, and in June, he designated 14 metro stations in the state for intense development. The only site in Baltimore County is Owings Mills."
New Urban News first reported on this project in July of 2000.
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