That means keeping the Circulator bus program running, finding a large general goods retailer to move in and overhauling Lexington Market, among other projects, he said: "We want to keep on creating greater amenities for the residents."

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In the pipeline



Developers plan to add hundreds of apartments to downtown in refurbished commercial buildings. Here are some of the project that have been proposed:

10 Light St.: Metropolitan Baltimore LLC proposes converting the 520,000-square-foot office building into about 445 apartments.

520 Park Ave.: The Time Group plans to convert the 225,000-square-foot office building into about 340 apartments.

117 Water St. and 26, 30, 32, 34 and 36 Calvert St.: PMC Property Group proposes converting vacant, city-owned buildings into 140 rental units and roughly 30,000 square feet of ground floor retail.

114 E. Lexington St.: Baybridge Lexington LLC plans to convert the 144,000-square-foot former Federal Reserve Building into about 102 apartments and 10,500 square feet of retail space.

301 N. Charles St.: PMC Property Group is converting the former Baltimore Life Insurance Co. building into 92 apartments.

521 St. Paul St.: PMC Property Group is converting a commercial building into 70 apartments.

344 N. Charles St.: WRH Property Holdings LLC plans to convert the three upper floors of a bank building into 18 efficiency apartments.



Source: Baltimore Sun archives, city records.