Capital Gazette: “The Villages of Providence Point development proposes zero tree replanting. Here’s why.”

By: Danielle Ohl, Capital Gazette reporter The Annapolis City Council in November passed a law to protect the city’s trees. For every tree cut own, a tree would have to be replanted. So, it’s come as a shock to some — including the law’s lead sponsor Alderman Rob Savidge — that the first planned development read on >

Newly Filed Plans are an Epic Disappointment – Read our Letter to the Developers

On January 22, 2019, Crystal Spring developers National Lutheran Communities and Services (NLCS) filed plans with the City of Annapolis for their senior community Providence Point. We were extremely disappointed to find that the new filing made no changes whatsoever to address our four major concerns.  The project remains at a 35 acre footprint with read on >

The Capital: “5 things to know about The Village at Providence Point”

By: Danielle Ohl, Capital Gazette reporter National Lutheran Communities and Services submitted its most recent application for a 351-unit retirement community late last month. The project is the descendant of Crystal Springs, a sprawling mixed-use complex that drew fierce opposition from environmentalists and residents living near Forest Drive. The latest iteration is called the Village read on >