Rosewood Hospital Buildings Razed to Make Way for Stevenson University Project

The $20 million transformation of the former Rosewood Hospital Center into a Stevenson University athletic complex with a possible “fraternity row” is moving at a fast pace after a 17-year delay. Close to 300,000 square feet — in 18 dilapidated buildings — have been demolished since September, said Howard Brown, chairman of David S. Brown Enterprises Ltd., developer of the… More

Band the Community Together Night at Metro Centre Dec. 8th

Come out to Metro Centre from 6-8pm on Dec. 8th as local school bands gather to ring in the holiday season! There will be free hot chocolate, live music, and a lighting ceremony for our 25 ft. holiday tree! Not to mention Santa himself will be on-site taking pictures courtesy of the Owings Mills Volunteer… More

Putting the Urban in Suburban

The sign on a set of new houses for sale in White Marsh reads “urban-inspired.” To the developer, it’s one way to entice buyers with a bit of city life in the middle of what once was barren hinterlands in eastern Baltimore County. But look closer. Homes in Greenleigh at Crossroads are even nicknamed after… More

Tropical Smoothie Cafe Coming to Boulevard College Center

Tropical Smoothie Cafe is coming to the Boulevard College Center in Owings Mills – the latest location in the fast-casual chain’s plans to expand in the region. The franchise chain, which serves tropical-flavored smoothies as well as salads, sandwiches and breakfast items, recently signed a lease in the 55-acre business center near Stevenson University. It’s expected… More

Wine Fest Scheduled for July 8 at Metro Centre

The second annual The Gathering Wine Fest at Metro Centre at Owings Mills is scheduled for Saturday, July 8 from noon to 5 pm. More than 1500 people attended last year’s event which will be held at 10209 Grand Central Avenue. Participants can access the Wine Fest by traveling on the Baltimore subway system and exiting the Owings Mills… More

Randallstown native bringing his New Jersey Jewish deli to Pikesville

Neil Parish grew up in Randallstown and worked his first job at the old Caplan’s Deli on Liberty Road as a dishwasher when he was 14 years old. Now, 38 years later, Parish plans to expand his Cherry Hill, New Jersey, delicatessen, the Kibitz Room, with a location in Pikesville. The restaurant, Parish’s second, is… More

Cricket Wireless Signs Lease At Belair Beltway Plaza

Our goal is to quickly grow to ten stores in Maryland,” Director of Operations says Cricket Wireless, the subsidiary of AT&T that provides cellular devices and services featuring no annual contracts, has signed a lease with David S. Brown Enterprises, Ltd. for space at Belair Beltway Plaza in the Fullerton section of Baltimore County. The… More

9Round Kickboxing Gym to Open at Belair Beltway Plaza

Ken and Julie Jacobs poured over possible franchise concepts to invest in, after the couple received an employee severance package from Air Products in Sparrows Point, before settling on 9Round, a kickboxing gym that anticipates the presence of more than 1000 sites nationally by the end of next year. After opening their first location in… More

“Living on the Edge” Baltimore Magazine’s Profile of Metro Centre

Quick: What do you think of when you think of Owings Mills? Do you picture the farms and mansions of the Green Spring, Caves, and Worthington valleys? Or, does your mind’s eye fill with visions of office parks and condominium complexes? Maybe you conjure a classroom at Stevenson University, which has maintained a satellite campus… More