Greenberg Gibbons to Renovate The Shops at Kenilworth

Greenberg Gibbons plans to renovate The Shops at Kenilworth, a landmark shopping destination in Towson. The cost of the project is $20 million.

Greenberg Gibbons plans to renovate The Shops at Kenilworth, a landmark shopping destination in Towson. The cost of the project is $20 million.

The Shops at Kenilworth was constructed in 1979. The renovation will bring new life to the property, and according to Greenberg Gibbons it will transform it into a ”more contemporary and welcoming specialty shopping and community gathering place.”

Plans call for cutting the current space by 8,000 square feet and adding a 20,000-square-foot, three-level marketplace, with a rooftop garden, a wine bar, and a mix of casual and fine dining options. Greenberg Gibbons will also renovate the exterior and add front and side entryways to improve traffic flow. Once finished, the renovated Shops at Kenilworth will have a new interior with updated floors, contemporary fixtures, and lots of natural light. It will also feature ample parking.

The Owings Mills-based company hopes to break ground as early as May, with completion scheduled for the summer of 2017. According to the developer, all the retailers will remain open and operational during the renovation. The Shops at Kenilworth’s tenant roster includes Jos. A. Bank, Stebbins Anderson, South Moon Under and About Faces Day Spa & Salon.

Greenberg Gibbons purchased an interest in The Shops at Kenilworth last July. The company plans to assume full ownership of the property by April of this year.

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