Gutwald report will resonate beyond Eastport

Was that Spa Creek or the Rubicon Pete Gutwald crossed Friday? The Annapolis planning director certainly pushed the city beyond indecision on the redevelopment of the Eastport Shopping Center with his report on density limits for the project. After the city attorney not very helpfully found that any of the alternatives suggested for the property could be supported by the city rules, as currently written, Gutwald determined that The Lofts at Eastport Landing can have 61 units at most. That's less than half the 127 units proposed by Baltimore-based Solstice Partners, perhaps fatally wounding the project as a business proposition. (Capital)

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