BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Work is officially underway on a senior housing and retail and office complex at the site of the former Memorial Stadium.

Crews broke ground on the $26 million Village Center at Stadium Place Friday morning.

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Plans call for a four-story building with 70 market-rate senior housing units and 33,000-square-feet of retail and office space to be built on the site.

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The building will also have 146 surface and 14 covered parking spaces.

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The development is part of the larger Stadium Place redevelopment and should be finished in 2021.