A Massachusetts company is building about 940 apartment units in and near the Baltimore area, with plans to start construction on about 460 more units this year.
The Dolben Co.'s project in Owings Mills, the View at Mill Run, is slated to finish this month. Other developments are the Village at Odenton Station, near Fort Meade in Anne Arundel County, which the company expects to complete in September, and Charlestown Crossing in the Cecil County community of North East, newly under way with completion expected in early 2014.
The company also plans to start construction on a Baltimore project called the Marketplace at Fells Point this month and finish in the fall of next year. It also intends to break ground by the end of the year on an Elkridge project called Howard Square.
Rents will likely be $1,200 to $3,500 a month, Dolben said.
The company said it has worked in the Baltimore area for years and sees it as a good place to build apartments, in part because of demand from workers at Fort Meade and Aberdeen Proving Ground.
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