Developer David Tufaro’s Terra Nova Ventures received city planning approval to redevelop Whitehall Cotton Mill on Clipper Mill Road in Hampden more than a year ago. But they’ve only just closed on the property. In addition to apartments, offices, and a restaurant, the soon-to-be renovated mill building will house a Belvedere Square-type marketplace. Baltimore Business Journal reports that the marketplace will have between nine and 12 retailers. Tufaro said he’s looking for “the right mix of vendors and tenants” but promised that it will include groceries and prepared foods.
The Belvedere Square concept seems to be slowly taking over the city. In June we learned that the former Hochschild Kohn warehouse is going to be renovated as Mount Vernon Marketplace, a 15,000-square-foot retail complex that hopes to host a charcuterie vendor, a stand that sells fresh oysters, and so on.
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