When the temperature reaches the upper-80s, 90s and even 100s, one place Hampden residents flock to is the splash pad fountain at The Rotunda, the recently renovated mixed-use development in Baltimore featuring around 300,000 square feet of retail and office space and 379 luxury apartments.
The 379 luxury apartments are part of a massive overhaul of the enclosed mall into a mixed-use development in Hampden, one of Baltimore's most popular neighborhoods.
The death of movie theaters has been predicted for year, but retail and mixed-use developers still believe they add value to projects.
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The long-awaited groundbreaking for the $100 million redevelopment of The Rotunda is set for 11 a.m. Wednesday in North Baltimore.
As Hekemian Co. prepares new designs for changes at The Rotunda, many in the community are seeking answers about how the proposed mega redevelopment will impact quality of life in Hampden. ...
The Rotunda these days is but a shell of its former self. The North Baltimore retail and office complex was hit hard when the Giant Food store closed its doors to move about a mile away to the Green Spring Tower Shopping Center in a former Super Fresh site. Mid-morning one day this week, there […]
Dozens of shoppers at the Giant Food store in the Rotunda shopping center filled their baskets with groceries Wednesday morning, checked out and then bid farewell to the supermarket that had been a mainstay in the North Baltimore community for 41 years. As the last full day of business opened, many were filled with nostalgia. […]
Changes are coming to the Rotunda in Hampden and to the Light Street Pavilion at Harborplace, and East Baltimore residents rallied again in protest of EBDI. Those stories and more in this week’s business top 5. 1. Rotunda changes loom – by Melody Simmons Outside the stately Rotunda development in Hampden Tuesday evening, the late […]
Outside the stately Rotunda development in Hampden Tuesday evening, the late winter sun set against a clear sapphire sky, offering a peaceful view. Inside, the scene was less serene. A group of local residents and business owners gathered for a meeting on the future of the mixed-use development that opened in 1971 as a retail […]
Baltimore’s grocery store merry-go-round continues. Two Fresh & Green’s grocery stores that opened in former Superfresh locations last year after that market closed are being converted to Giant Food stores, the Landover-based grocery announced Friday. Giant last week signed an agreement with Mrs. Green’s Management Corp. to acquire the company’s supermarket locations in Hampden, at [&h[...]
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