“We are thrilled that T.J. Maxx is joining its sister companies Marshalls and Homegoods at Village at Waugh Chapel,” said Tom Fitzpatrick, President of Greenberg Gibbons. “These nationally respected brands bring great value to customers by offering a vast variety of off-price, top-quality fashion and housewares.”
07/11/14 — The Baltimore Sun
Hunt Valley Towne Centre is expanding again. This time, though, the expansion is taking the form of upscale apartments, the first residential component to be added to the project since its inception about a decade ago.
Greenberg Gibbons announced today that 5 new restaurants and 3 services have signed leases for the new Towne Centre at Laurel, the $130 million redevelopment of the former Laurel Mall site. The new tenants, which will open during Phase 2, include Buffalo Wild Wings, Nando’s Peri Peri, Sarku Japan and more.
Community leaders gathered to celebrate the kick- off of construction for Foundry Row, the $140 million, 50-acre development on Reisterstown Road in Owings Mills, anchored by Wegmans. Demolition of the former Solo Cup factory on the site is also now complete.
05/05/14 — Baltimore Business Journal
“Greenberg Gibbons Commercial Corp. has converted a former Filene’s Basement store at Hunt Valley Towne Centre into office space it is now leasing to two tenants.”
05/02/14 — Baltimore Business Journal
“Now the company is pursuing approvals that will allow it to begin readying the site for construction, said Greenberg Gibbons President Thomas M. Fitzpatrick. Grading on the site should begin soon, and construction should start by Aug. 1, Fitzpatrick said.”
03/31/14 — Baltimore Sun
“A long wait for Laurel residents came to an end on Friday, March 28 with the opening of the first retailer at the Towne Centre at Laurel, a new retail area still under construction. The grand opening of Burlington Coat Factory Friday is a major milestone in the $130 million development at the site of the former Laurel Mall on Route.”
Greenberg Gibbons and Reliable Contracting recently launched a $1 million fund at the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County. The Greenberg Gibbons/Reliable Foundation was created to give back to the community in a meaningful way.
03/04/14 — The Capital
“After a family member was cared for by Hospice of the Chesapeake, developer Brian Gibbons decided to get involved. The CEO of Greenberg Gibbons donated time and money. This year, along with Reliable Contracting, he made his biggest donation yet.”
02/27/14 — The Baltimore Sun
“Developers of the Foundry Row retail project in Owings Mills say they are on track to start construction this summer on a $140 million shopping center featuring Baltimore County’s second Wegmans grocery store.”
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.
02/02/14 — Whats Up? Annapolis
“Indeed, Erwin Greenberg and Brian Gibbons have created much more than renowned developments. Through their work, they’ve fostered community, driven our local economy, and shown the blueprint to fulfilling one’s dreams.”
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.