Baltimore preservation panel OKs 10-story apartment, retail project in Mount Vernon

A $35 million, 10-story apartment and retail development planned for historic Mount Vernon was given a green light by a city panel Tuesday.

After more than two hours of testimony, the design for the building at the corner of Eager and Cathedral streets was approved unanimously by the Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation even though it exceeded height restrictions for new development in that part of the community. It will replace the existing Eddie's of Mount Vernon grocery store…

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