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101 York developer offers more financial incentive for community support

101 York developer offers more financial incentive for community support

"Every cloud has a silver lining," reads the sign in developer David Schlachman's conference room. The Towson resident said he understands community concerns that his 101 York student housing and retail project is too dense and lacking in open space. "These people love Towson, too," he said of his critics. "We just have different visions." Schlachman's vision is for a 13- or 14-story building with as many as 651 beds in downtown Towson. He is seeking the blessing of the Greater Towson Council of Community Associations for the controversial planned unit development — and he said his company, DMS Development, LLC, is willing to pay the...

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