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Massive Redevelopment For Annapolis

| June 07, 2010, 02:07 PM | 2 Comments

Yesterday, The Capital ran a long story on a proposed redevelopment of the waterfront in downtown Annapolis. Some of the ideas being floated were pedestrian bridges over Ego Alley, multi-story underground parking garages, creation of another Market House, additional stores, and elimination of parking to make way for a pedestrian mall.

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  1. NRase says:

    I don’t think there are enough categories to respond to this survey. In concept these seem like really good ideas, but now is certainly not the time. The City needs to resolve its existing Market House issues and stabilize its operating performance, before distracting itself from these important efforts by launching into new major redevelopment.

  2. Spencer Powers says:

    Parking downtown has been an issues for decades. To remove parking is not even a consideration. The city dock consistently floods. Underground parking in that area would be costly if flooding could even possibly be prevented. The City has constantly placed band aids on the Hillman Garage instead of just taking it out and replacing it with one that went down a level or two. They also say they could not go higher with it because they did not want or could not break the roof line of the surrounding buildings. If you go to the fourth floor of the Hillman you will see one more floor was possible.

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