Plans for Catonsville Y expansion and a 140-unit Brightview Senior Living residence passed the final public hearing.
Brightview Senior Living
Monday, November 12, 2012
Friday, July 20, 2012
Brightview Senior Living will add upgrades as part of the development of a new senior building on the Catonsville Y property.
On Thursday, Patch shared with you the results of the traffic study that called for signal improvements, a bike lane and turn lanes to South Rolling Road. The improvements will be paid for by Brightview Senior Living, which is buying land from the Catonsville Y to build a senior independent living facility on 5.5 acres of land. While parking and traffic for the Brightview development is far less than the proposed St. Agnes medical facility, traffic is still predicted to increase along Rolling Road. Patch wants to know, do you think the improvements to the road are needed, or are you worried that the increased traffic associated with the project will outweigh the benefits. See also: Signal Improvements, Turn Lanes, Bike Lane Coming to …
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Brightview Senior Living has committed to road upgrades as a result of the proposed 5.5-acre development on the Catonsville Y property.
A traffic study is calling for improvements to Rolling Road to accommodate a larger volume of traffic as a result of development, but Brightview Senior Living has committed to paying for the upgrades. According to a traffic study conducted by the Traffic Group, traffic is expected to increase along Rolling Road as a result of the 5.5-acre independent living senior facility that will be constructed on the Catonsville Y property. Brightview Senior Living is a division of the private development company, the Shelter Group. It currently has another assisted living building at 912 South Rolling Road; just south of the Catonsville Y. The new building will be three stories, have 90 independent living apartments and up to 50 assisted living beds. …
Monday, March 5, 2012
Approval of the planned unit development is the next step in building a seniors residential facility.
(UPDATED) The Baltimore County Council voted Monday night 7-0 to approve the PUD bill for the redevelopment Catonsville Y. With the vote approved, the Y can move forward with the deal to sell 5.5 acres of land to Brightview Senior Living for a three-story residential independent living facility. The sale of the land will help finance the expansion and redevelopment of the Y, which is already underway. Upgrades to the Y facility include a new deck and filtration system for the pool, renovated locker rooms and a larger workout area. County Councilman Tom Quirk introduced the bill to approve the PUD at tonight's meeting. The PUD is a separate development process for which developers in Baltimore County can apply if they can demonstrate a …