New Construction

Howard County HPC Expresses Concerns about Plans to Build 13 Houses in Ellicott City

Excerpt from the Baltimore Sun: When Denise Cortis moved into her home on Deanwood Avenue in 2008, she believed "certain protections" existed to preserve the quiet, narrow, scenic Ellicott City road that is nested with late Victorian and American Foursquare homes. A plan to build 13 single family houses with five open space lots on [...]

By | 2016-12-16T11:20:17+00:00 May 17th, 2016|Howard County, New Construction|Comments Off on Howard County HPC Expresses Concerns about Plans to Build 13 Houses in Ellicott City

In the news: Frederick HPC reviews design plans for log cabin property

Excerpt from the Frederick News-Post: A downtown Frederick property that, until recently, housed a dilapidated, termite-ridden log cabin will get a new house built on it under construction plans submitted to the Historic Preservation Commission. Local builder Ron Hemby, owner of Hemby Custom Homes, has submitted preliminary design plans for a 2½-story house on the [...]

By | 2016-12-16T11:31:05+00:00 February 16th, 2016|Design Review & Guidelines, Frederick City, New Construction|Comments Off on In the news: Frederick HPC reviews design plans for log cabin property

In the news: Chestertown HDC approves solar panel projects

Excerpt from MyEasternShoreMD: The Historic District Commission, meeting Wednesday, Nov. 4, got a lesson on solar energy installations. At the same meeting, it approved two solar installations in the Historic District and suggested it is open to a wider application of the technology. Scott Johnson of Advanced Solar, the company installing solar arrays for members [...]

By | 2016-12-16T11:41:38+00:00 December 22nd, 2015|Chestertown, Design Review & Guidelines, New Construction, Sustainable/Green Technologies|Comments Off on In the news: Chestertown HDC approves solar panel projects

In the news: Baltimore CHAP approves H&S Bakery warehouse expansion

Excerpt from the Baltimore Business Journal: H&S Bakery has received initial approval from the city's historic preservation panel to expand its Fells Point production-and-distribution facility. The expansion would add nearly 25,000 square feet to the current warehouse on South Caroline Street, bringing total square footage up to 62,000 square feet. An historic, industrial building at [...]

By | 2016-12-16T11:48:27+00:00 October 27th, 2015|Baltimore City, Design Review & Guidelines, Industrial, New Construction, Property Types|Comments Off on In the news: Baltimore CHAP approves H&S Bakery warehouse expansion