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Baltimore County grants rezoning for Wegmans in Owings Mills

The Baltimore County planning board on Thursday approved the rezoning of a 52-acre site in Owings Mills to allow for a large-scale development project that will include a Wegmans grocery store, according to a news release from the developer.

Foundry Row, a 385,000-square-feet mixed-use project to be built on the former Solo Cup property along Reisterstown Road, will also include a fitness center, a sporting goods store and shops, restaurants and offices.

The project, estimated to cost $140 million, is being developed by Greenberg Gibbons and Vanguard Equities.



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