Red Brook Health And Wellness Center Announces New Skytrak Golf Launch

Red Brook Health and Wellness Center, a full-service Class “A” facility located at 400 Red Brook Boulevard in Owings Mills, has announced the launch and installation of the brand new state-of-the-art Golf Simulator. This simulator features a Skytrak Golf Launch Monitor System, as well as a new golf specific training program designed for beginners and… More

Honey House Opens in Metro Centre at Owings Mills

OWINGS MILLS, Md. – Metro Centre at Owings Mills has gotten sweeter with the opening of Honey House, which is dedicated to showing consumers the potential of “honey in every room in the house.” Honey House serves as the production facility, fulfillment center and retail showroom of Waxing Kara: a 24/7 e-Commerce site featuring a… More

Metro Centre at Owings Mills Update Includes New Building Topping Off And Scheduled Opening of Eggspectation

Leasing surpasses 80% mark for first phase of apartment buildings Owings Mills, MD (January 18, 2016) – Development and leasing activity continues strong at Metro Centre at Owings Mills, a Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) in northwest Baltimore County adjacent to the Owings Mills Metro Station. Project updates include the topping off of a new four-story, 200,000… More

Red Brook Health Organizes 21-day Fitness Challenge

BALTIMORE – Various studies point to the average weight gain of five to ten pounds between the holiday season of Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, due to the presence of cookies at every turn, celebratory luncheons and dinners, the increased consumption of alcohol combined with less time to exercise due to a hectic schedule. But… More

Metro Centre at Owings Mills Broker Event

Richie Blue, Blue & Obrecht and Bob Manekin, Colliers International were among the attendees of a broker event for a new four-story, 200,000 square foot Class “A” mixed-use office and retail building within Metro Centre at Owings Mills, a new Transit-Oriented Development (TOD). Lynn Abeshouse, Abeshouse Partners is overseeing leasing and marketing activities for David… More

Japanese restaurant chain with West Coast roots to open in Owings Mills

A fast-casual Japanese eatery with West Coast roots is planning to open its first Maryland location early next year. Teriyaki Madness has signed a lease for 1,500 square feet at the Valley Village shopping center in Owings Mills. The restaurant, the chain’s first in the state, is expected to open in early 2016, when it… More

Metro Centre in Owings Mills is getting its first office building

Developer Howard S. Brown has started work on the first office building at Metro Centre in Owings Mills. The 200,000-square-foot, mixed-use office and retail building is scheduled to be completed by summer 2016, said Brown, chairman of David S. Brown Enterprises Ltd. The speculative project will have first-floor retail and would be an ideal space… More

Waxing Kara Announces Relocation of Honey House to Metro Centre

Specialty boutique markets artisanal and varietal honey harvested from the Eastern Shore, and bee-inspired goods including body products with honey and gifts Owings Mills, MD (May 5, 2015) – Waxing Kara has announced the relocation of its Honey House showroom and boutique to Metro Centre at Owings Mills, a Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) encircling the Owings… More

Breaking Ground on new Retail Center in Ellicott City Area of Howard County

 Arcadia Square features frontage on Baltimore National Pike (MD Route 40) David S. Brown Enterprises, Ltd. has initiated construction activities on Arcadia Square, a 7000 square foot retail center featuring frontage and roadside visibility from Baltimore-National Pike (US Route 40) in the Ellicott City section of Howard County, Maryland. Consisting of two separate buildings representing… More

414 Light St Project

Architecture review: Building design matters again in Baltimore

The good news is that there is plenty of construction to write about in Baltimore: Blueprints have been dusted off, cranes are up, concrete mixers out. Also good is that development is not limited to downtown, but is happening over a fairly wide swath of the city — while still leaving large disinvested parts.