BALTIMORE—After original developer WV UrbanDevelopment pulled out of the 25th Street StationWalmart-anchored Planned Unit Development thispast May, the new owner of the 11-acre site—SeawallDevelopment now says it will embark on a differentstrategy.


After intense local opposition to bringing Walmart to theRemington neighborhood scuttled WV Urban's plan, Seawall says itwill not pursue the PUD but instead will formulate a plan based onneighbors' input, according to the Baltimore Sun.


Evan Morville, a partner in Seawall DevelopmentCo., says that Walmart could still be included in a new plan if thecommunity favors it. "We would listen. All options are on thetable," he says,


Seawall and the Anderson Automotive Groupreported Wednesday they had closed on the sale of six propertiesthat Anderson owned in the area around 25th and Howard Streets. Seestory in the Baltimore Sun.

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John Jordan

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