Route 1 redevelopment rundown: thousands of new homes in pipeline

The total number of declared new residential units in the development pipeline now exceeds 5,500.
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2 thoughts on “Route 1 redevelopment rundown: thousands of new homes in pipeline

  1. Another project, Branchville Crossing, by Cruz Development, will be submitting a Detailed Site Plan for an 80 unit low income/work force housing 7-story building proposed for a site immediately north of the Branchville Fire Company. Cruz looks to file with Planning in July with construction to commence in spring 2020.

    Bohler Engineering recently notified the City of a coming DSP (DSP-19025) for a mixed use project involving student housing for the 8430 & 8510 Baltimore Avenue properties (Burger King).

  2. Pingback: Mystery industrial plans emerge for College Park site | Route 1 Reporter

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