What's for sale from Baltimore's Housing Authority

Baltimore's Housing Authority is selling 40 percent of its public housing to private developers. Here are the complexes scheduled to be sold. Officials said changes are possible in the second-year list.

First year:

McCulloh Homes Extension

Lakeview Tower

Somerset Court Extension

Wyman House

Bernard E. Mason

Bel Park Tower


Primrose Place

Hollins House


Pleasant View Gardens


Second year:

Chase House


Govans Manor

Monument East

Rosemont Tower

J. Van Story Branch

Heritage Crossing

The Townes at the Terraces

The Terrace

Arbor Oaks

Scattered units

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