BALTIMORE—The city's planning commissiongranted final approval late last week for the $140-million 414Light St. downtown residential tower project here.

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With the approval, Questar Properties can nowfile for a building permit to begin construction on the 44-storytower to be developed at the corner of Light and Conwaystreets.

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Back in October, the project won approval from the city's UrbanDesign and Architectural Review panel for the 392-unit luxuryrental apartment development.

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Developer Stephen M. Gorn says he expects tobegin construction on the 392-unit building in the second quarterof 2015, according to the Baltimore Business Journal.

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The Inner Harbor tower will feature a multi-floor parking garageas well as 12,000 square feet of retail on the first floor. Seestory in the Baltimore Business Journal.

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John Jordan

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