The York, Pa.-based construction firm said it is converting the former Hutzler Brothers department store on the southeast side of the Towson traffic circle into an outward facing, street-level retail complex with underground parking.
The project includes renovating the interior and improving the building's facade. An Extra Space Storage facility will remain on the building's upper floors.
Until last year, the building was home to a Barnes & Noble, a Pier One and a Trader Joe's. A 390-unit apartment building is slated to rise on the former parking lot across Joppa Road that served those retailers.
Overall, Retail Properties of America, an Illinois real estate investment trust, is investing $30 million in the project.