Get the latest updates on our $20 million renovation to The Shops at Kenilworth, a landmark shopping destination in Towson, Md. — including news that three new retailers (Quiet Storm, Amaryllis and ZenLife) will be joining Trader Joe’s this Spring.
03/06/17 — Baltimore Business Journal
Trader Joe’s expanded Towson location will officially open at The Shops at Kenilworth on March 17. The funky grocer that offers its own brand of items like honey walnut shrimp, tomato feta soup and steak and stout pies will open its doors at 8 a.m The opening is the latest in a string of new retail at the small mall.
Mr. Walter, who has served as a Senior Vice President at Greenberg Gibbons since 2012, will expand his current responsibilities to oversee the company’s development activities, acquisition opportunities and all areas of project finance.
Greenberg Gibbons, a premier developer of retail and mixed-use properties in the Mid-Atlantic, announced three new promotions within its corporate team. Jon Dewar has been appointed to Asset Manager while Alex Laperouse and Jeff Mitchell have each been promoted to Senior Financial Analyst.
11/14/16 — WJZ
Owings Mills Foundry Row celebrated its grand opening on Saturday. Five years in the making, the $140 million redevelopment project offers several dozen new restaurants and businesses in Baltimore County’s newest destination for shopping, entertainment and dining.
Greenberg Gibbons unveiled a new main entrance at The Shops at Kenilworth, the landmark shopping destination in Towson, Md. that is currently undergoing a $20 million renovation. The new entrance is a key element to modernizing the property by updating the exterior and interior into a more contemporary, welcoming specialty shopping center and community gathering place.
Greenberg Gibbons announced that it has acquired Waldorf Station, a proposed 145-acre mixed-use project in Waldorf, Maryland at the intersection of U.S. Route 301 and Maryland Route 5.
10/13/16 — Baltimore Business Journal
Just travel a few miles in either direction in Owings Mills and it’s easy to get an idea of how much the area has changed in the past few years. At Foundry Row, Greenberg Gibbons has transformed land that used to hold a Solo Cup factory into a 50-acre, mixed-use project anchored by a 109,000-square-foot Wegmans market.
Greenberg Gibbons announced that it has acquired a majority interest in and has begun managing the St. Thomas Shopping Center, a 104,624 square-foot community shopping center in Owings Mills, Md.
“Five years ago, we promised to turn the site of an empty, abandoned manufacturing plant into a community asset and new gateway to Owings Mills,” said Brian Gibbons, Chairman and CEO of Greenberg Gibbons. “We are thrilled to deliver a sparkling new Wegmans to the community, and look forward to more great stores and restaurants opening in the coming months.”
09/16/16 — Baltimore Business Journal
A new Wegmans grocery store is just days away from opening in Owings Mills on a site that used to hold a massive Solo Cup factory. The store is the anchor tenant of the 50-acre Foundry Row project, and is the first store to open on the site, which is being co-developed between Greenberg Gibbons and Vanguard Realty Group.