Starting November 4th, we are pre-leasing our newly renovated apartments at Towson Station. For information and rent schedules, please contact Lori at 443-279-2200.
Towson Station Apartments are under construction, and will be finished with the interior walls, paint and carpet soon. For more information on rentals, please contact us at 443-279-2200.
Grace Church, a mega-church, in the area wants to buy and develop the farmland next to West Friendship Shopping Center. This may have both positive and negative effects on West Friendship Shopping Center. It is too early to say for sure, but we hope it will work out for the community at large.
The first community meeting is on October 2, 2019. At this point, as a company, we have no official position until we see all the plans.
Our new ads showcase our tenants: Dunkin Donuts, Friendship Liquors, Tony's Pizza, Subway, WF Animal Hospital, Hair Star Salon, Family Dentistry, USPS, Ther Family Counseling, Savory Fitness, I Am Fitness, and Viking Custom Homes.
A Whole Foods Market will anchor the $350 million Towson Row mixed-use project, developer Greenberg Gibbons said Tuesday, cementing plans dating back to 2014 that the popular grocer would sign onto the project.
The 45,000-square-foot store will be located at the corner of York Road and Towsontown Boulevard and include a 6,200-square-foot mezzanine level and outdoor dining terrace. It will also have two levels of parking with covered walkways leading into the store, part of a larger garage at the site.
Construction is expected to begin in winter 2019, with a planned completion of spring or summer 2021. The Towson store will be Whole Foods' fifth in the Baltimore region. The Amazon-owned grocer has two locations in Baltimore and other spots in Annapolis and Columbia.
“We’re excited to move forward with a landmark retailer like Whole Foods to create a first-class mixed-use destination at Towson Row,” said Greenberg Gibbons CEO Brian Gibbons in a statement. “We know from experience that Whole Foods attracts premier retailers and restaurants, and a strong anchor is essential to creating a welcoming and active urban project that invites the community to come together.”
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