Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

Remington Row’s retail space nearly all leased

The developers of Baltimore’s Remington Row project say they have now leased 90 percent of the retail space in the mixed-use project.

Seawall Development Co. said that Rite Aid will be among those tenants in the 250,000-square-foot project. Other tenants include:

  • Balance The Salon, a modern hair salon that also features original artwork and gallery pieces for sale.
  • Mend Acupuncture, already based in Hampden, which will expand its acupuncture-focused group using a 1,600-square-foot space in Remington Row as its primary location.
  • Remington Cleaners, a “green” dry cleaner that will offer organic, non-toxic laundry services plus an on-staff tailor and seamstress.

The anchor office tenant, Johns Hopkins Community Physicians has leased 30,000 square feet on the building’s second floor. The offices will be used for internal medicine, pediatrics, gynecology and obstetrics.

“Three years ago, as we started to think about this exciting development, we wanted to know exactly what the residents of Remington and the community as a whole thought was missing from the neighborhood so the project could provide it,” said Thibault Manekin, Seawall Partner. “What started as a listening exercise has resulted in Remington securing a really well-rounded group of services and goods for the neighborhood. Of course free visitor parking in the underground garage is a huge bonus.”

Seawall said that 70 percent of Remington Row’s 108 apartments have been pre-leased. The company said 15 different floor plans are available for the units. One-bedroom apartments start at $1,175 per month, and two-bedroom apartments start at $1,900 per month.

Renters will have a myriad of on-site amenities.

Seawall, which is headquartered in Baltimore, has focused on social entrepreneurship projects that redevelop abandoned buildings and provide a mix of affordable housing.