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Former Towson cop shop has bones for restaurant or brewery

Adam Bednar//Daily Record Business Writer//September 14, 2016

Former Towson cop shop has bones for restaurant or brewery

By Adam Bednar

//Daily Record Business Writer

//September 14, 2016

Cool Space 2The owner of a historic former police station in downtown Towson believes this property could make great site for a restaurant, pub or brewery.

The three-story building at 308 Washington Ave. is located in a thriving area of downtown not far from where the $350 million Towson Row development is under construction. It’s also only a short distance from Towson University.

Marketing materials for the property also tout the demographics within a mile of the building that include a “tapestry segementation” with 24 percent mix of college town and 19 percent “urban chic.”

The Towson area has been undergoing a dramatic reinvention in recent years from sleepy suburban county seat to an area focused on mixed-use development and embracing a new sense of urbanism.

In recent years Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz has said his vision for this area of Towson is based on the development of Bethesda in Montgomery County, which has become a new urban hub outside of Washington.

To suggest a property to be featured in Cool Space, Contact Adam Bednar at [email protected].


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