- The Washington Times - Friday, July 12, 2002

Bozzuto Homes is building 107 condominium homes in midrise buildings at River Hill in Columbia. Residents will have access to the many recreational amenities in Columbia, including swimming pools and a fitness center.

Each building in this Howard County community will feature a brick exterior, a professionally decorated lobby, an elevator, secured access and internal garage parking. Professional landscaping and a fountain enhance the development.

Inside, each of the seven models has two or three bedrooms, two or three baths, 9-foot ceilings in the living area, maintenance-free vinyl windows, 12-by-12-inch ceramic tile flooring in the foyer, upgraded appliances in the kitchen, 6-by-6-inch ceramic tile tub and shower surrounds and a gas-water heating system.

The models range in size from 1,364 to 2,727 finished square feet. The sales center will open at the end of July, when prices are expected to be from the low $200,000s to the low $300,000s.

Only a few penthouse-level homes will be available with 2,727 square feet, with each of these units including a tray ceiling in the foyer that is flanked by the library and dining room. Straight ahead is the formal living room, which has a sliding glass door to a deck. Adjacent to the living room is a kitchen with a breakfast area placed in front of two windows and near a walk-in pantry.

The master suite has a glass door to a private deck, two huge walk-in closets, and a bath with a corner tub, a separate shower and two separate vanities. Nearby are a laundry room, a second bedroom, and a second full bath accessible from the hall. The third bedroom and third full bath are near the living room.

Some homes are available on the ground floor only and include a patio instead of a deck.

For information or directions, call Regional Customer Relations Manager Jim Spurrier or Community Customer Relations Coordinator Maria Nicastro at 443/535-8633.

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