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Baltimore Business Journal: Designs for UMd. BioPark tower will now include above-ground garage

Designs for a 10-story office and laboratory tower planned for west of the University of Maryland BioPark have changed slightly, and now include a 300-space parking garage.

Developer Wexford Science + Technology presented a revision to the $200 million project — which also included a redesigned patio area and other minor tweaks — to a city design panel Thursday. The Urban Design and Architecture Advisory Panel (UDAAP) was generally pleased with the changes, but pushed the project's design team to look more closely at a car drop-off area that will later serve as the entrance to a second tower, planned as part of phase two of the BioPark expansion.

The project, located on a two-acre parcel at the corner of Martin Luther King Boulevard and West Baltimore Street, is designed to fill a void between the existing BioPark campus and the University of Maryland, Baltimore. It is expected to bring 1,000 new jobs, according to Gregory Herlong, director of development for Wexford.

Read the full story from the Baltimore Business Journal