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A schematic showing the Archaeological Pier Section  of the proposed Port Covington East Waterfront Park. (Courtesy Sagamore Development Co.)
A schematic showing the Archaeological Pier Section of the proposed Port Covington East Waterfront Park. (Courtesy Sagamore Development Co.)

Baltimore design panel raves about Port Covington park

The Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel’s love affair with Sagamore Development Co.’s proposals for redeveloping Port Covington continued Thursday.

The firm and its design partners Landworks Studio and BioHabitats presented schematics for the Port Covington East Waterfront Park. The park is a key part in the developer’s plans to keep public access available along the waterfront.

“I think this is incredibly innovative,” panelist Richard Burns said.

UDARP, which has a reputation for being demanding, has had very positive remarks about plans for the proposed multi-billion dollar mixed-use development since they were first presented earlier this month.

“I haven’t heard this much positivity in a long time,” panelist David Rubin said.

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Adam Bednar covers real estate and development for The Daily Record.

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