Kimco: Retailers, Grocery Store Planned for Perry Hall Square

New leases are expected to be announced in late January or early February.

A new lease for the lot may not be finalized until late January or early February, said Gregory Reed, assistant director of Perry Hall Square Shopping Center's management company, Kimco Realty.

While the new tenant has not yet been finalized, Reed said he expects it to be a grocery store.

During a in October, he said the location would probably not be filled with a , , or Giant.

Out of 40 possible spaces, the currently holds 24 active businesses, including anchor tenants , Brunswick , and the , according to .

Former anchor tenant Superfresh .

The shopping center may reduce its vacancies by 15 to 20 percent after the new year, Reed said.

"We're expecting offices and local chain retailers," he said. "We're working on deals."

What stores would you like to see come to the shopping center? Tell us in the comments.

Tim December 14, 2011 at 04:54 PM
and they had to walk to school uphill BOTH ways, in a driving blizzard! :)
John Doe December 14, 2011 at 04:58 PM
Darth Tim - I used to refer to you as Tim Cheney, but I prefer Darth Tim.
jim December 14, 2011 at 07:37 PM
Tim, I guess with your logic, no one would ever build a restaurant near another one of the same type close to one another. Why go to McDonald's in Perry Hall when there is one way up 95 13 minutes away? You would think that the McDonald's people whould know better. You make no sense!!! Maybe the Cracker Barrel people never looked into this area as a good fit and now they do???? DUH!!! Things change. Areas change. Get someone to read this to you so you will understand it.
Leah Knoerlein December 15, 2011 at 01:10 PM
My husband and I travel the country by road (not flying) and in all honesty I don't remember seeing a Crackle Barrel that wasn't literally "right off the Interstate", normally within 2 miles and a straight shot. Their target market area seems to be to the RV/Bus and Truck communities. I know they advertise in every RV magazine we receive and have been voted thiings like "Most Welcome" award and such in the RV community. I love them, but that may be why we probably won't see one in Perry Hall. There might be a shot in Whitemarsh closer to the I95 exits. The one off I95 that's been discussed here is right off 95 which seems to be similar to most of their locations.
Liz Hanson January 07, 2012 at 07:47 PM
Perry Hall is not going to attract a "high end" grocery store. We just do not have the demographics to support such an establishment. I actually spend very little money in Perry Hall, and do nothing but travel to far ends of Baltimore and Harford Counties to shop. I would love to see a Whole Foods open, as the drive to Mt. Washington gets tiresome. But, I'm also realistic enough to realize that it's not going to happen.


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