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Mill Station, a new 575,000 square foot, $108 million Kimco Signature Series development, will soon begin construction on the site of the former Owings Mills mall.

Costco will anchor Mill Station with a 148,000 square foot warehouse club center that includes a deli, bakery, food court, garden center, optical department, photo center and gas station.

“Mill Station completes the vision of a thriving Owings Mills town center,” said Baltimore County Executive Kamenetz. “The $108 million development will bring 250 jobs during the construction phase and adds to the more than $1 billion of recent private investment in Owings Mills.”

The new, open-air shopping destination will feature national, regional and local retailers, a variety of dining options, ample parking, green space and pedestrian-friendly walkways.

The approximately $108-million, ground-up development will house up to 30 retailers and restaurants, linked by a network of walkways and connections to existing office and retail. In addition, the existing AMC Theatre will be fully modernized, creating a state-of-the-art cinema experience.

“What’s happening here today is no small feat. We are creating Mill Station to be, once again, the crossroads of social and cultural life for the Owings Mills community for many years to come,” said Tom Simmons, President of Kimco’s Mid-Atlantic Region. “We’d like to thank the Owings Mills residents, businesses and county officials whose voices informed the vision for Mill Station - an accessible, walkable and vibrant community destination.”

“We are looking forward to welcoming Costco and all of the new shops and restaurants coming to Mill Station. Thanks to the community for helping to make this a project we can all be proud of,” said Baltimore County Councilman Julian Jones.

Construction is scheduled to start in early 2018, with completion expected in early 2019.

Revised September 11, 2017