Mayfair Theatre in Baltimore in development package

posted by philbertgray on November 9, 2007 at 9:45 am

BALTIMORE, MD — Deals are being made that could compromise the building of the Mayfair Theater.

The Mayfair Theater site on North Howard Street headlines a list of long-vacant properties set to be redeveloped on the west side of downtown, as the city announced Monday that it has selected developers to help improve the area.

The intersection of Howard and Franklin streets, once at the heart of Baltimore’s retail district, could see more than 30,000 square feet of new retail space and nearly 80 apartments in buildings that are now city-owned, according to the Baltimore Development Corp. This amounts to an estimated $27.5 million in spending between two developers announced Monday by the BDC. Both companies will now have the exclusive right to cut a deal with the city for the properties.

Here is the article on the development plans from the Maryland Daily Record. The article does not clarify if the Mayfair will be restored or used as part of the development plans to add 80,000 square feet of retail and apartments spaces.

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