Owings Mills, Md. — 45-acre parcel of land to be a transit-oriented development.
Owings Mills, Md. — Owings Mills Transit, the developer behind the mixed-use, transit-oriented Metro Centre at Owings Mills, has released this rendering of the outdoor plaza area. It will be part of the first phase, which also includes office, retail and residential, that breaks ground before midyear.
The developer has also completed most of the project’s infrastructure, such as the curbs and gutter. When the development is complete, it will consist of more than 1.2 million square feet of commercial office space; 300,000 square feet of retail space; 1,700 residential units; 120,000 square feet of educational facilities and a 250-room hotel. David S. Brown Enterprises is managing the project. The project is a transit-oriented development (TOD), which means it is high-density commercial, office, retail and residential located within one-third of a mile from a public transit station.