Progress at the Metro Centre transit-oriented development in Owings Mills is continuing at a steady pace.
This includes the announcement last week that the leasing center for its luxury apartment component is now open. The apartment complex, Metro Crossing, will include 232 units in its first phase and is expected to be delivered in March and April.
“We have a lot going on right now,” said Larry Lichtenauer, spokesman for David S. Brown Enterprises, the developer of the project.
According to a news release, the units will range from 700 to 1,245 square feet and will feature one- and two-bedroom designs with rental rates beginning at $1,580 a month. Eventually, the complex will include 1,700 units, Lichtenauer said.
In addition, Metro Crossing will include a two-story clubroom with lounge seating, a multimedia center, a fitness facility, a yoga room, billiards and a catering kitchen; a covered parking garage; a rooftop pool with barbeques, a fireplace and lounge seating; bicycle racks; and a controlled access to the residential units.
Once fully developed, Metro Centre will support more than 1.2 million square feet of office space, 300,000 square feet of retail space and a hospitality unit that could contain up to 250 rooms.
There is a six-story, 120,000-square-foot building under construction that eventually will hold the county’s largest public library and a branch for the Community College of Baltimore County.
“A lot of our progress is targeted for the March and April timeframe,” Lichtenauer said. “Eventually people will be able to drive right through and connect with Painters Mill Road and 795.”
For more information, visit metro crossingapts.com or call 410-363-3309.