On Wednesday, May 16, Bithenergy attended the presentations of students in the Architecture, Construction, Engineering (ACE) mentorship program, where Coretta Bennett serves as ACE's Vice President. Students from Calvert Hall College High School, Eastern Technical High School George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology, Loyola Blakefield, Maryvale Preparatory School, Mount de Sales Academy, Mount Saint Joseph High School, Notre Dame Preparatory School and Redeemer Classical Christian School presented their proposals for reinventing the Towson Row.
The students were asked to focus on the grocery aspect of the development, which is proposed to house a Whole Foods market. The students were tasked with designing their own space, which would support Towson Row's overall economic impact and benefit the surrounding community. Students were judged on their presentations by respected members of the ACE community.