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,

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John Jordan

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