Prospective tenants for Eldersburg Commons are nearing the final stages of discussions to locate at the shopping center set to replace the former Carrolltowne Center.
Restaurants and retailers such as AT&T, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Noodles & Company, Petco, T.J. Maxx, and Vitamin Shoppe are working on letters of intent to locate at the new shopping center, according to Adam Miller, a leasing agent and principal with KLNB Retail.
Sleepy's Mattress is also in discussions to open a location at Eldersburg Commons, but is not as far along in the process as the other retailers, Miller said.
Black Oak Associates, based in Owings Mill, is in the midst of a $50 million project to turn the former Carrolltowne Center into Eldersburg Commons, with a Walmart, restaurants and home, fashion and beauty retailers.
Given the timeframe of the project, Miller said the letters of intent could be signed in about 60 days with a lease signed about 60 to 90 days after that.