Tenants to Open through Summer 2015
Owings Mills, Md. (April 22, 2015) — Seven new stores and restaurants are celebrating openings this spring and summer at Towne Centre at Laurel, the $130 million redevelopment of the former Laurel Mall site.
The new tenants include:
- Hard Bean Café – specializing in premium coffee, tea, blended drinks and light fare. The new 1,349 square-foot coffee shop is now open.
- Ulta Beauty –a leading national beauty retailer, providing one-stop shopping for cosmetics and salon services. The new 10,413 square-foot store will open in May.
- Pivot Physical Therapy – offering world-class physical therapy and giving patients a turning point to recovery and good health. The new 1,468 square-foot office will open this spring.
- Laurel Thai – serving a full menu of Thai fare, ranging from classic chicken, beef, lamb, seafood and vegetarian entrees, curies, rice and noodle dishes, and more. The new, 3,353 restaurant will open this summer.
- Pet Valu – showcasing a wide selection of pet food, toys and supplies. The new, 3,013 square-foot store will open this summer.
- N’Style – offering a full array of barber and beauty services, as well as hair care management products, for men and women. The new 1,182 square-foot salon will open this summer
- United States Post Office – an official U.S. Post Office™ serving the Laurel community. The new, 906 square-foot location will open soon.
“We’re thrilled to see more exciting retailers and restaurants open their doors at Towne Centre at Laurel,” said Tom Fitzpatrick, President of Greenberg Gibbons. “These strong national and regional brand names will be great new assets for the Laurel community.”
Towne Centre at Laurel is a mixed-use destination with approximately 400,000 square feet of retail, dining and entertainment. Its mix of national and local retailers and restaurants include Harris Teeter, Sports Authority, Regal Cinemas, Burlington Coat Factory, Old Navy, B.J.’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, Outback, Panera Bread, Burger Fi, Carter’s | Osh Kosh, and more. For more information, go to www.visitTCL.com.