If Cordish has its way, the cap project would start at minimum within 3 years. I think the biggest push back will be from the public who won’t like the idea that some of the cap, possibly most of it would be controlled by Cordish and the rest open to the public. It depends on who tosses in the most dollars for the project.Critical_Mass wrote: ↑Sat Feb 08, 2020 9:47 amI notice that unlike Two Light, they are planning balconies on the entire south facade of Three Light.
I thought the reason balconies were not included on the lower half of Two Light's south facade was due to some regulation with the highway noise.
Could it be that a highway cap announcement is expected soon?
As for the balconies, I think Cordish realized that people really want a balcony even if there’s highway noise to deal with. Considering they can charge $200 more in rent per month, more balconies it is.