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SLIDESHOW: Timonium Exchange Retail Center Development Underway

St. John's Properties has acquired the property located at 56 West Timonium Road.

St. John Properties is looking for a few new tenants to fill out the recently acquired Timonium Exchange retail center property, located at 56 Timonium Rd.

“Timonium features excellent daytime, evening and weekend demographics, and York Road is recognized as among the most attractive retail corridors in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. marketplace,” Bill Holzman, assistant vice president of retail leasing for St. John Properties, stated in a release.

“This area remains under-served in the convenience retail and quick-serve food categories as consumers and businesspeople are constantly in search of amenities that address their busy lifestyles," Holzman continued. "We envision tremendous opportunities for Timonium Exchange and have generated strong interest from a number of prospective tenants.”

By the numbers (from the release):

  • 10,000 square foot retail strip center.
  • Space for  tenants ranging from 1,500 to 4,500 square feet.
  • 40,000 drivers traverse Timomium Road daily.

For leasing inquiries contact St. John Properties at (410) 788-0100.

What kind of businesses would you like to see take up shop in Timonium Exchange? Tell us in the comments.

Concerned Mom January 27, 2012 at 09:27 PM
Wow- M. Sullivan- sounds like you should find somewhere else to live!
M. Sullivan January 27, 2012 at 09:46 PM
Maybe they will open a scrap booking or pottery making store for you!
bernie January 31, 2012 at 08:42 PM
Yes - M Sullivan - good idea to let the building detoriate and collect trash & blue bags! We don't need additional revenues for more commerce anyhow.
M. Sullivan January 31, 2012 at 09:02 PM
Bernie, Maybe restrict its use to offices or light manufacturing. Don't you think we have enough fast food joints, sub shops, and retail stores around here? The traffic on York and Timonium Rds is already ridiculous. Should the County just continue to allow unrestricted growth in the name of tax revenue, regardless of the quality of life? Do you think all this additional revenue will somehow keep our property taxes down? Ha! They will just find more things to waste the money on.
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