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This is a detail of the Draft 2015-2035 Downtown Salisbury Master Plan. Light green indicates existing green areas, while dark green indicates proposed additional green areas. Light brown areas indicate existing paths, while dark brown areas indicate proposed paths. Existing buildings are in white; proposed buildings are in dark gray. (Submitted illustration)
This is a detail of the Draft 2015-2035 Downtown Salisbury Master Plan. Light green indicates existing green areas, while dark green indicates proposed additional green areas. Light brown areas indicate existing paths, while dark brown areas indicate proposed paths. Existing buildings are in white; proposed buildings are in dark gray. (Submitted illustration)

Salisbury seeks downtown revitalization

Salisbury, the most populous city on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, wants to transform its downtown to meet the growing demand for urban style development among its younger residents. The city’s master plan for the area calls for investing $640 million during the next 20 years to increase its residential and retail density. About 90 percent of the ...

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

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