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The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) is seeking interested developer to submit proposals for a potential mixed-use Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) project at the Reisterstown Plaza Metro Station in Baltimore City. After a completed Phase I, that constructed the new Social Security Administration Building (SSA), Phase II is looking to develop approximately 25 acres of unimproved land and surfaced parking lots. The area being advertised is a large parcel of land adjacent to a metro station and is ideal for a TOD (approximately 3.0 acres zoned TOD-4 and 22.0 acres zoned TOD-3).
The site for Phase II is owned by the MDOT Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) and is located at 6300 Wabash Avenue. This site is at the highly visible intersection of Wabash Avenue and Patterson Avenue. An internal private road, Vertis Park Drive, shared by the MDOT MTA and the adjacent SSA building, provides vehicular access between Patterson Avenue to Mount Hope Drive. Also, a pedestrian path perpendicular to Wabash Avenue extends from Vertis Park Drive to the pedestrian bridge and encourages pedestrian access to the station. Mature high-quality specimen trees are lining Patterson Avenue and also form an alley along a former entrance road accessible from Wabash Avenue. Finally, Powder Mill Branch Stream runs along the boundary of Phase I and Phase II starting near the pedestrian bridge and running to Mount Hope Drive.
MDOT’s Office of Real Estate and Economic Development, Project Manager, Miguel Garcia via email at
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