The Maryland Court of Appeal has ruled unanimously that the redevelopment of an 11-acre tract in Baltimore's Remington neighborhood can move ahead. The court rejected a zoning appeal by two people who live near the development site, ruling that they didn't live close enough to appeal the Baltimore City Council's decision to grant the zoning.

"The project would have been done, generating benefits for the community and taxes for the city if these petitions had not been filed," said Ballard Spahr partner Jon M. Laria, the attorney for the developer of the mixed-use project.


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