Two cafes, a barbecue place, a wireless retailer and a physical therapy business are the five newest tenants announced for the Towne Centre at Laurel development, a $130 million redevelopment of the former Laurel Mall site.
Mission BBQ: the Maryland-based, fast-casual barbecue restaurant will open a 3,791-square-foot restaurant
First Watch: a daytime cafe that serves breakfast, lunch and brunch will open a 3,768-square-foot restaurant.
Hard Bean Cafe - a cafe specializing in coffee and tea and serving light fare will open a 1,349-square-foot restaurant.
AT&T - the nationwide wireless provider will open a 3,500-square-foot store.
Pivot Physical Therapy - the physical therapy business will open a 1,468-square-foot location.
Developer Greenberg Gibbons announced Thursday that the new tenants will open by December.
"We're excited to add more great retailers, restaurants and services to Towne Centre at Laurel," said Brian Gibbons, chairman and CEO of Greenberg Gibbons. "We have a strong mix of national and regional brand names that are new to the Laurel community."
The developer said the tenants are part of Phase two of the project, which also includes Regal Cinemas, Sports Authority, B.J.'s Restaurant & Brewhouse, Harris Teeter and more.
Current tenants that are now open include Burlington, Old Navy, Nando's Peri Peri, Panera Bread, Noodles & Co, Party City, Massage Envy and Tutti Frutti.