Developers have completed $1 million in renovations to Bel Air Town Center that include new facades, lighting, signage and outdoor restaurant seating.
The 93,000-square-foot neighborhood shopping center at Route 1 and Route 24 has wider sidewalks, new awnings and additional landscaping. The center, owned by Christopher Kurz and Peter McGill of McGill Development Limited Partnership No. 3, was built in 1990 and expanded in 1998 and 2001.
Starbuck's has signed a letter of intent to open its first drive-through-only location in Maryland at the center with a walk-up window and exterior seating.
Bel Air officials hope the face-lift will help attract additional tenants. The center has 20 tenants including Chili's, C.R. Wings, Bel Air Hair Salon, Golden Szechuan, Healthbridge, Lendmark Financial, Leslie’s Pool Supplies, Liberatore’s, Long and Foster Realtors, Only Nails, Open Door Café, Professional Vision, Spirit Halloween, T-Mobile, Taco Bell, Weight Watchers, Wireless Zone, AAA and Woodlea Bakery.
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