Cockeysville, Md. — Greenberg Gibbons has formed a joint venture with Seritage Growth Properties to redevelop a 13.8-acre parcel at Hunt Valley Towne Center in Cockeysville, Maryland.
Greenberg Gibbons owns the property, a mixed-use shopping center situated at 118 Shawan Road, 18 miles north of downtown Baltimore.
Initial plans for Phase I of the $150 million redevelopment include renovations to the former two-story Sears building and Sears Auto Center. Michael’s and HomeGoods are open on the first floor, while more retail and entertainment concepts are being targeted for the second floor.
“[This venture is] an example of our strategy to partner with successful local developers to unlock value at our properties through intensive redevelopment and site densification,” says James Bry, executive vice president of development and construction at Seritage Growth Properties.
Wegmans, Regal Cinemas and Marshalls anchor the center. Other tenants include Jos. A. Bank, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Francesca’s Collection, DSW and Ann Taylor Loft.
— David Cohen