Flood of new apartments in Baltimore raises question: Are there too many?

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Flood of new apartments in Baltimore raises question: Are there too many?

Flood of new apartments in Baltimore raises question: Are there too many?

As developers flood Baltimore with apartments in response to what they see as an insatiable appetite for new residences, the numbers raise a question: Are there too many? Just over 5,600 residential units, mostly apartments, were under construction in Baltimore and 1,800 more were approved as of...

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