Ed Kilcullen, a vice president of the Greater Towson Council of Community Associations and a resident of Towson Manor Village, said he believes the project is "coming along pretty well."
"It's nice to see what we only saw on paper actually come to life in front of our eyes," he
"We've been pretty happy with the progress."
Residents had been concerned about the impact of the development on the community, and early in the construction process, Kilcullen said a set of covenants regarding construction hours - and notice about blasting - were not passed along from the developer to the actual workers.
But now that those are cleared up, it's all about the final result.
"They're beautiful," Kilcullen
said some community leaders were initially concerned after seeing other Bozzuto projects that cost twice as much - they worried that the Towson project might not be as ambitious.
said now that the units are taking shape, the product so far has been impressive.
"I've met some of the people who have moved in, and I think they're people that can add to the diversity of the neighborhood," he
"It'll attract a different demographic than we've had in the past.
"Most of the people I've met are single professionals or professional couples," Kilcullen