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City's first gated community seeks to expand

January 27, 1998

City's first gated community seeks to expand

The Hagerstown Planning Commission will consider tonight whether to approve a site plan that would expand the city's first gated community.

The original plans for Summerland Manor have changed to replace some one-story units with two three-story condominium buildings, said Brian Flook. Flook is sales manager for Summerland Manor's marketing firm, Power Marketing.

Originally, 178 one-story townhomes were planned off Security Road.

Many people have expressed an interest in buying condominiums, which would enable them to visit friends without leaving the building, Flook said.

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The site plan includes 112 single-unit townhomes and two three-story condo buildings, each with 48 units, said Matt Davis, a city planner.

Nine of the 32 townhomes in phase one have been built or are under construction, Flook said.

The planning commission will consider whether to approve the site plan for the remainder of the property at its 7 p.m. meeting tonight in City Hall, Davis said.

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