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Towson Row adding pair of restaurants

Towson Row is anchored by a 59,119-square-foot Whole Foods Market, includes over 75,000 square feet of retail/restaurant space, 150,000 square feet of Class A office space, 720 student housing beds, 231 apartment units, the adaptive re-use of the former National Guard armory building into Towson University’s StarTUp and a 220-room dual-flag hotel. (Submitted photo)

Owings Mills-based developer Greenberg Gibbons announced Thursday that two new eateries will join Towson Row, the $350 million mixed-use destination and gateway to downtown Towson.

Raising Cane’s and Döner Brös will open later this year, following the official debut of Whole Foods Market this Friday.

Raising Cane’s was founded in Louisiana by Todd Graves in 1996 and is the restaurant’s first location in the Baltimore region. The 3,900-square-foot restaurant is located on the corner of York Road beneath The York apartments and adjacent to Whole Foods and is expected to open this spring.

Döner Brös is a fast-casual restaurant specializing in authentic döner kebab and a 100% Halal menu. This is Döner Brös’ third location. The 2,100-square-foot eatery will be located next to Raising Cane’s and is expected to open this summer.

Whole Foods, the organic foods grocer, is opening its new 59,119-square-foot store at Towson Row on Friday. The store’s design pays homage to the area’s history as a transportation hub with a light and bright color palette. The new location’s assortment emphasizes local products from Maryland, including fresh oysters.

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