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Whole Foods Market to Anchor $350M Mixed-Use Development in Metro Baltimore

Whole Foods will occupy 45,000 square feet at Towson Row and include a 6,200-square-foot mezzanine and outdoor dining terrace.

TOWSON, MD. — Developers Greenberg Gibbons and Caves Valley Partners have signed Whole Foods Market to anchor the retail component of Towson Row, a $350 million mixed-use development in downtown Towson. Whole Foods will occupy 45,000 square feet and include a 6,200-square-foot mezzanine and outdoor dining terrace. Construction on the store is expected to begin this winter and take 18 months to complete. Amenities will include a two-story parking deck and covered walkways leading to the store. Towson Row is currently under construction on a five-acre site, 10 miles north of downtown Baltimore. The 1.2 million-square-foot development will include over 75,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space, 150,000 square feet of Class A office space, 300 student housing units, 200 luxury high-rise residential units and a 220-room hotel.

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