City’s architectural panel endorses new Superblock design

A city panel endorsed a new design for the $150 million Superblock development that maintains two exterior walls of the former Read’s Drugs store, site of a historic 1955 lunch counter sit-in and civil rights protest by students from Morgan State University. The vote Tuesday by the Baltimore Commission on Historical and Architectural Preservation means Lexington ...

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