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Union Mill development goes to head of the class
Union Mill development goes to head of the class

Seawall Development Corp's first apartment building for public school teachers, Miller's Court in Remington, had too long a waiting list when Danielle Wayne moved to Baltimore last year. But then, the 24-year-old kindergarten teacher from Florida heard about Union Mill in Hampden. Seawall Development planned to redevelop the former cotton duck mill as a second apartment complex for teachers, plus 25,000 square feet of office space for nonprofits. Wayne signed up before redevelopment even began. Now, the $21 million Union Mill is partially open and fully pre-leased, with 56 apartments, including one in the old 6,000-square-foot mill boiler room, Seawall officials say. A...

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