Presbyterian Home of Maryland, Inc. (PHM) is proud to announce the execution of a contract with Bosley Estates, LLC, to sell the property at 400 Georgia Court in Towson, Maryland. As stewards of this property since 1929, PHM is especially pleased to have reached an agreement with a purchaser that has a vision to preserve this unique property for future generations.
The principals of Bosley Estates, LLC include Martin P. Azola and Delbert L. Adams. Both individuals have a rich history adaptive re-use of historic properties.
Marty and his son Tony specialize in the adaptive reuse of historic buildings, and the Azola Companies have been a major player in building restoration and reuse of historic properties in Maryland for over 50 years. A few of the Azola’s successful projects include the residential communities of Devon Hill, Rockland, Rockland Village, The Federal Park, and most recently the luxury Ivy Hotel in Baltimore. The Azola Companies also completed the preservation and Landmarking of the Historic Towson Jail property, which was built on land donated to the County in 1854 by the Bosley family for both the Old Courthouse and the Jail.
Delbert began his restoration in the early 1980’s with the involvement of the Washington Monument restoration in Baltimore. Over the past 30 years, Delbert has focused his professional attention on major luxury renovation projects; both residential and commercial and new custom homes. In addition, Delbert has been involved with the renovation and building of many private clubs in Maryland including Caves Valley Club, The Maryland Club, the Elkridge Club, the Greenspring Valley Hunt Club and most recently the building of the new Gibson Island Clubhouse.
Baltimore County Councilman David Marks commended the selection. “This development team commands enormous respect within the historic preservation community, and I am delighted that they have been selected to advance this project. I would like to thank the Presbyterian Home of Maryland for keeping my office and the community constantly updated throughout this process, and I look forward to work with all parties as we move forward. Let’s make this a showpiece for Baltimore County.”
The partnership of Azola and Adams is a perfect alignment of experience as they now set their sights on the historic Bosley Mansion property. During the study period, they will be exploring all options for a reuse of the existing buildings, including the historic Mansion building, while maintaining a healthy sensitivity to the neighborhood. During this time, the property remains protected under the Baltimore County Landmarks Preservation requirements.
For more information, please contact: Delbert L. Adams 443-250-0583 or [email protected]
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