Greenberg Gibbons and Vanguard announced today that the Baltimore County Board of Appeals upheld the Administrative Law Judge’s decision to approve the site development plan for Foundry Row, a $140 million, 50-acre development in Owings Mills.
CARCHEX will be relocating from its current office on Gilroy Road, also in Hunt Valley, to the space directly above Designer Shoe Warehouse (DSW) in the Towne Centre.
The new retailer signed a lease for the last available, 10,010 square-foot space at the mixed-use development, which will be expanded to 16,680 square feet to accommodate the store’s needs, making the project 100% leased.
At Laurel’s Mayor & City Council meeting, Greenberg Gibbons announced 14 new retailers have signed leases for the new Towne Centre at Laurel, the $130 million redevelopment of the former Laurel Mall site. The highly anticipated project is now 85% leased and under construction.
“We were thrilled to host such a fun event that benefited an important nonprofit in the community,” said Tom Fitzpatrick, President of Greenberg Gibbons. “Grassroots has a critical job to do — taking care of the homeless and families in crisis throughout Howard County — and we are honored to support it.”
Investing in the future and education of its neighbors, Waugh Chapel Towne Centre bestowed an endowment of $25,000 to each of the 12 parent teacher organizations surrounding the mixed-use development..
Greenberg Gibbons is partnering with The Salvation Army to support disadvantaged children in Baltimore County and Anne Arundel County. Three of the company’s properties, Hunt Valley Towne Centre, Waugh Chapel Towne Centre, and Annapolis Towne Centre, will all be hosting an Angel Tree this holiday season.
11/19/13 — Howard County Magazine
“Grille 620 is one of 16 businesses at the new 108,000-square-foot shopping center on Resort Road in Ellicott City. The $22 million complex is anchored by a Harris Teeter grocery store and located near Turf Valley Resort and Conference Center. The Main Street-style open-air center is constructed with brick, concrete and stone, akin to the developer’s sister property, Hunt Valley Towne Centre.”
On Saturday, November 23, Greenberg Gibbons will host the first annual “Turf Valley Trot” – a 5K Run and Family Walk – to support Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center. The event will also celebrate the grand opening of Turf Valley Towne Square, Ellicott City’s newest destination for dining, shopping, and health and beauty services.
11/14/13 — Howard County Times
“Four years after Ali Sadeghi purchased the River Hill Sports Grille, he has opened a second restaurant, Grille 620, in the Turf Valley Towne Square, a new development off Marriottsville Road. ’I've been looking at different sites in the area,’ he said. ‘I personally wasn’t looking for the chance to start something from scratch, but when this came up, I kind of found it interesting.’”
Greenberg Gibbons and Vanguard announced today that the development plan for Foundry Row, a $140 million, 50-acre development on Reisterstown Road in Owings Mills, was officially approved by the Baltimore County Office of Administrative Hearings.
Eight restaurants and retailers will open at Turf Valley Towne Square through November, 2013. These eight tenants will make the 108,000-square-foot community shopping center Ellicott City’s newest destination for dining, shopping and beauty services.
Pier 1 Imports and Marshalls will be joining Hunt Valley Towne Centre. The new stores, which will share the space that was once occupied by Best Buy, are set to open Spring 2014.
The building, which is already 100% leased, will include three new restaurants and two retailers, including Pier 1 Imports.
Mr. Kelly will help oversee the development of Greenberg Gibbons’ growing portfolio of retail and mixed-use properties ,including construction of the new Towne Centre Laurel project
“I’m excited that construction on Towne Centre Laurel is starting so soon, and looking forward to the lifestyle improvements and economic benefits it will bring to the Laurel area,” said Craig A. Moe, Mayor of the City of Laurel.
Brian Gibbons, chairman and CEO of Greenberg Gibbons, has been honored with the 2013 Henry A. Rosenberg, Sr., Distinguished Citizen Award by the Boy Scouts of America’s Baltimore Area Council.
Greenberg Gibbons and Vanguard officially began demolition today of the abandoned Solo Cup manufacturing plant. The demolition event marked the first step in building Foundry Row.
The new Harris Teeter at Turf Valley Towne Square in Ellicott City, Md., will open its doors to the public after a ribbon cutting ceremony at 5 p.m. on April 2. This is the first of several planned spring and summer openings for retailers and restaurants at the new 60,000-square-foot shopping center.
01/04/13 — Baltimore Business Journal
“Greenberg Gibbons shopping centers are vital to suburban communities, said Dan Gundersen, director of the Baltimore County Department of Economic Development. The company’s open-air retail malls create a gathering place often not found outside large cities…”
10/25/12 — Crofton-West County Gazette
“Sunday will mark the grand opening of the Wegmans location at Waugh Chapel Towne Centre in Gambrills. The opening could quite literally become the social event of the year in west county if it’s anything like the most recent debut in Columbia.”
09/05/12 — The Baltimore Sun
“Regal Entertainment Group will open a 12-screen and IMAX movie theater this month at Waugh Chapel Towne Centre in Gambrills, with preview events starting Monday and a Sept. 14 grand opening. The 2,200-seat Waugh Chapel Stadium 12 & IMAX will join anchors Target and Dick’s Sporting Goods, which opened this year at the $275 million mixed-use project in western Anne Arundel County…”
Seen here with Mayor Craig A. Moe and Kimberly Potember, Senior Vice President of Greenberg Gibbons, Senator Ben Cardin applauded the $130 million Towne Centre at Laurel…
Today, by a vote of 6 to 1, the Baltimore County Council approved rezoning for the vacant Solo Cup factory site to make way for Foundry Row ― a $140 million mixed-use project featuring a Wegmans grocery store as its anchor.
08/19/12 — The Washington Post
“The concept for Laurel Mall is similar: Towne Centre at Laurel, an open-air center with 435 residential units and 400,000 square feet of retail, including a grocery store and a movie theater.”
Greenberg Gibbons, in partnership with Somera Capital Management and AEW Capital Management, announced today that it broke ground on Towne Centre at Laurel, the long awaited $130 million redevelopment of the existing Laurel Mall site.