Developers of Foundry Row in Owings Mills got the green light to move forward when a Baltimore County administrative law judge approved the project's development plans.
Judge John E. Beverungen approved Greenberg Gibbons’ plan with several conditions last week, according to the Jewish Times.
The $140 million development project will be home for a new Wegmans among Foundry Row's 365,000 square feet of retail space.
Also planned are a national fitness store, a sporting goods store and upscale shops, restaurants, and 60,000 square feet of office space, according to the Greenberg Gibbons Commercial website.
Including construction and permanent jobs, Foundry Row will bring 5,500 new jobs to the site that Gibbons calls "the gateway for Owings Mills" and "the most high-profile location in Owings Mills."
Demolition of the Solo Cup plant is scheduled to be completed by the end of the
year, and detailed engineering and
architectural plans are scheduled to be submitted in early 2014 – the next required approvals in the
process, according to the Jewish Times. Construction could begin as early as next summer.
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