Local Developers Greenberg Gibbons and Caves Valley Partners Team Up to Create Gateway to Towson Community.

(May 15, 2017) —Greenberg Gibbons and Caves Valley Partners (CVP) announced today that they have formed a new joint venture to develop Towson Row, the $350 million mixed-use destination at the southern entry point of Downtown Towson.

Concept rendering of the Towson Row project

Under the joint venture, Greenberg Gibbons and CVP will be co-developers of the project. The two companies will collaborate to build and execute the project with Greenberg Gibbons spearheading the retail, residential, student housing and hotel components and CVP taking the lead on the office component.

Towson Row will be constructed on five acres between York Road, Towsontown Boulevard, Washington Avenue and Chesapeake Avenue. The 1.2 million-square-foot development will include over 100,000 square feet of retail/grocery/restaurant uses, 150,000 square feet of Class A office space, 250 luxury high-rise residential units, 300 exclusive high- rise student housing units and a hotel.

“We are excited to partner with CVP on this transformational landmark project and facilitate the vibrant revitalization of Downtown Towson,” says Brian Gibbons, chairman and chief executive officer of Greenberg Gibbons. “As a local company that really knows this market, we see tremendous opportunity to create a positive economic impact while bringing exciting benefits to the community. While there are obstacles to overcome and challenges ahead, we are confident that our joint venture has the experience, capital and commitment to move this project forward.”

“Greenberg Gibbons has a proven track record in executing complex, mixed-use projects that integrate retail, office and other uses, as demonstrated by their successful development of Hunt Valley Towne Centre, Annapolis Towne Centre, Waugh Chapel Towne Centre, Foundry Row and The Shops at Kenilworth to name a few,” says Arthur Adler, a partner at CVP. “They are the perfect fit to help us create a vibrant community asset at Towson Row.”

Demolition of the Towson Row site was completed in fall 2015. Greenberg Gibbons and CVP will work with Baltimore County officials and the local community to submit a revised site plan that slightly reduces density and addresses design and geotechnical concerns that have caused recent delays. The joint venture plans to begin construction by year end. Features of the project include a warm, inviting central plaza, a vibrant streetscape, unparalleled views of the Baltimore region.

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz applauded this partnership: “This collaboration is welcome news,” he said. “Greenberg Gibbons has enormous experience and a proven commitment to the region and has developed many of Baltimore County’s premier mixed-use destinations. We look forward to working with these two well respected local companies to facilitate continuing progress that helps bring Towson Row out of the ground.”

For leasing information, visit our Towson Row property information page.