Kamenetz Officially Opened Bosley Hall
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz officially opened Bosley Hall during a ribbon cutting ceremony held at the site of the former Baltimore County Jail, in Towson. The renovated/restored historically preserved building is a rare example of prison architecture from the mid-nineteenth century that still shows the layout and operation of a county jail with its original warden's quarters and 3 levels of cellblocks.

The former jail, now renamed Bosley Hall after the family who donated the land for the jail and courthouse in 1854, will be used for offices, a cafe, and wine storage. It is currently more than 50% leased.
The renovation of the building was a public/private partnership to adaptively reuse the Landmark. The project cost of approximately $1.7 million, was privately funded and was headed up by Tony Azola of the Azola Companies. All infrastructure is latest state-of-the-art. This restored local, state, and federally listed historic building is a lively showpiece on one of the most prominent corners in the County Baltimore.
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