ANNAPOLIS, MD—The owner of the Eastport Plazashopping center and Solstice Partners are to present plans in a fewweeks for a mixed-use project to be built at the formerAnnapolis Theater site.


Plans for the site call for a $45 million development that wouldinclude a 200-unit apartment complex as well as retail, accordingto Dan Lederberg, general manager ofL&L Investments LLC, owner of the EastportPlaza shopping center.


“There's demand for apartment units in Annapolis,” Lederbergsays. “This affords the opportunity to do something in thecity.”


Lederberg and Solstice Partners —a group led byAlex Kopicki and Jeff Jacobson—are scheduled to appear July 3 before the Planning Commission,according to the Baltimore Sun. Preliminary plans call for theapartments to be built above approximately 14,000 square feet ofhigh-end, first-floor retail space. See story in theBaltimore Sun.

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John Jordan

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