Private Construction Near Campus

Our town is vibrant and ever-changing. Here’s information on private construction projects near Towson University’s campus.

Students in Towson

There is more than $1 billion in public and private investment underway in Towson. The projects below are not affiliated with Towson University, but may impact members of the campus community. 

101 York 

The 101 York development, also known as Aspen Heights Towson, will include housing and retail on the York Road corridor just north of Burke Avenue. The project is expected to be complete in summer 2020. For more information, contact project developer Aspen Heights at 512-369-3030 or towson@myaspenheights.com

Beginning April 15, 2019, southbound York Road will have one lane closed between Towsontown Boulevard and Burke Avenue. The closure will accommodate construction at 101 York. Drivers and shuttle users should allow extra travel time and consider using alternate access routes, such as Bosley Avenue. Pedestrians should use crosswalks to travel on the east side of York Road, or use the protected pedestrian pathway in the southbound lane of York Road. 

BGE work on Cross Campus Drive

BGE is performing utility work near Glen Tower A through mid-July 2019. The road and most sidewalks will remain open during the work. Drivers may experience minor traffic delays near Tower A, and temporary pedestrian detours may occur.  When necessary, BGE flaggers will be stationed along Cross Campus Drive to guide vehicular traffic. For questions about the work, contact BGE at 1-800-685-0123.

Circle East

Circle East will contain restaurant, retail and residential space on the north and south sides of Joppa Road adjacent to the Towson traffic circle. The property on the south side of Joppa is expected to open in 2019, and the property on the north side will open in 2020. For more information, contact the developer, Retail Properties of America, at 703-424-5130.

Sidewalks are closed on the south side of Joppa Road near the traffic circle. Use caution and follow posted signs. 

Towson Row

The Towson Row development will include a hotel, as well as housing, retail, office and restaurant space between York Road, Towsontown Boulevard, Washington Avenue and Chesapeake Avenue. The project is expected to open in summer 2020. For more information, contact project developer Greenberg Gibbons at 410-559-2500 or info@ggcommercial.com.

One of the eastbound lanes of Chesapeake Avenue is closed for the duration of the project. The sidewalk adjacent to the lane is also closed. There may be intermittent and temporary closures on Towsontown Boulevard between York Road and Bosley Avenue throughout the project. Drivers and shuttle users should allow extra travel time and consider using alternate access routes, such as Stevenson Lane or Burke Avenue.

 

 

 

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