Once Greenberg Gibbons closes on the Shops at Kenilworth in Towson, hopefully in April, the new owner will begin a $20 million renovation project to “energize the property” and make the whole thing a little more upscale, the Baltimore Sun reports.
The company announced that the 142,000-square-foot location would lose 8,000 square feet for outdoor dining. Plans also include “a 20,000-square-foot, three-level ‘marketplace’ featuring a wine bar, a mix of casual and fine dining options, and a rooftop garden with panoramic views.” Expect new “grand” front and side entrances and interiors of “warm woods” and updated lighting.
Current tenants, such as Jos. A. Bank, Stebbins Anderson, South Moon Under, and About Faces Day Spa & Salon, will continue to anchor the renovated mall. If all goes according to plan, the project will be complete by mid-2017.
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