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.

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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.

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

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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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