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Developer agrees to withdraw 101 York project, for now

Developer agrees to withdraw 101 York project, for now

The developer of the much-debated 101 York, a proposed student housing and commercial development, has agreed to withdraw the project for consideration at the request of Baltimore County Councilman David Marks. Marks said the project, previously proposed at 13 stories tall, has been substantially revised in the past month to the point where it would be 20 stories, and, therefore, is much different than the version that the County Council and the public had been considering in the county's community input process. Marks in a June 27 letter to DMS Development asked DMS founder and principal David Schlachman to withdraw the proposal. Marks said he hopes the developer and 101 York...

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