Radcliffe Jewelers to Move North Baltimore Store

Following a nearly completed $20 million renovation, The Shops at Kenilworth in Towson, Md., continues to attract new tenants. Radcliffe Jewelers is the latest retailer to join the shopping center owned and managed by Greenberg Gibbons.

The Shops at Kenilworth in Towson, Md.
The Shops at Kenilworth in Towson, Md.

Radcliffe Jewelers signed a 5,687-square-foot lease at The Shops at Kenilworth in Towson, Md. The retailer plans to move its Towson Town Center shop to the new location in fall 2018.

Recent upgrades

Located at 800 Kenilworth Drive, the shopping mall sits next to the Baltimore Beltway, which connects Jones Falls and Baltimore-Harrisburg expressways. Opened in 1979, The Shops at Kenilworth is in the final phase of a $20 million renovation that includes interior/exterior upgrades, a new entrance and a new 20,000-square-foot, three-story marketplace. Additionally, Amaryllis, Quiet Storm and ZenLife have opened new stores here earlier this year.

Radcliffe Jewelers is the latest retailer to join the shopping center owned and managed by Greenberg Gibbons. The store will be located on the second floor, next to the new Trader Joe’s grocery store, About Faces Day Spa & Salon and Ruth Shaw.

“After careful consideration, it became clear that The Shops at Kenilworth is perfect for us. The combination of a terrific location and a complementary tenant mix is very attractive,” John Shmerler, CEO of Radcliffe Jewelers, said in a prepared statement.

John Harrington of Mackenzie Commercial Real Estate negotiated the lease on behalf of Radcliffe Jewelers.

Image courtesy of Greenberg Gibbons