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BALTIMORE-The developers of the ill-fated “Superblock” project here have filed suit in Baltimore Circuit Court seeking more than $50 million in damages from the city.

After six years of delay, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake rescinded Lexington Partners‘ exclusive rights to the west side property. Lexington Partners, in its suit filed on Tuesday, charges that it spent more than $7 million in its efforts to develop the site, according to the Baltimore Sun. Under Lexington’s $152-million plan, the project would have featured 300 apartments, more than 200,000 square feet of retail space and a parking garage for 650 vehicles.

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