Life is about to get much cozier for more than 1,400 young soldiers stationed at Fort George G. Meade, the Baltimore Business Journal reports.
Picerne Military Housing LLC has reached a deal with the U.S. Army on a $72 million public-private partnership and this month plans to break ground on the Army's first on-post, garden-style apartment project for unmarried junior-level soldiers.
The project, called Reece Crossings, is slated to include 432 apartments ranging from 1,126-square-foot one-bedroom-plus-den units to 1,186-square-foot two-bedroom units.
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