Metro Centre at Owings Mills Launches Free Seminar Series

The seminar on March 6 is called 'Eat Healthy, Live Better.'

BALTIMORE, MD (February 27, 2014) – Metro Centre at Owings Mills has announced its free Seminar Series, beginning March 6 from 7 pm to 8:30 pm in the third floor Community Room of the Metro Crossing apartment building. The title of the first seminar is “Eat Healthy, Live Better” and will be presented by Registered Dietician Amanda Gilley of LifeBridge Health & Fitness. Metro Crossing is located at 10209 Grand Central Avenue (the GPS address is 5018 Painters Mills Road) in Owings Mills, Maryland.

            The seminar will include free refreshments and food, although space is limited. Contact Kim Robinson at krobinson@davidsbrown.com or 410-363-3309 to reserve a spot.

The seminar will consist of “an evening of cooking and conversation,” with Amanda Gilley demonstrating how “healthy eating does not have to be difficult.” The event will also include a cooking demonstration.

Future seminars will feature topics such as exercising, reducing stress, finding a job, sensible investing and “time walkers, ghost hunters and history detectives” presented by Stevenson University.

Metro Centre at Owings Mills is designed to support more than 1.2 million square feet of Class “A” office space; 200,000 square feet of complementary retail space; 1700 residential units; educational facilities totaling 120,000 square feet and a hotel component. Two five-story buildings, cumulatively containing 56,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor and 240 market-rate apartment homes on the upper four floors, were completed in late 2013.

Metro Centre at Owings Mills is being developed by Owings Mills Transit, LLC and managed by David S. Brown Enterprises, Ltd. visit www.davidsbrown.com
Chuck Burton February 28, 2014 at 10:27 AM
Has the Patch been taken over David S. Brown? This sounds like it came right from their PR people. And why has Patch ignored the announcements over the last couple of days about Foundry Row being nearly ready to break ground and being 77% sold out? Isn't that news of interest to anyone in the area? What other news are we missing because of the poor performance of the Patch?
TY February 28, 2014 at 12:08 PM
I agree especially since there has been no update about any tenants coming to Metro Centre. The only thing I see coming soon over there is a Subway...blah. It is exciting to know that something is happening with Foundry Row.
Buck Harmon February 28, 2014 at 12:32 PM
Patch fails at local levels...we're dealing with the new MD PATCH..
Chuck Burton March 06, 2014 at 10:46 AM
Judging by the links, Patch in Glen Burnie, Annapolis, Rockville, Bowie and elsewhere do a fairly good job of covering their areas. Why is the OM-R Patch so deficient? Get with it, editor.


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