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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Bryans Road Shopping Center Renovations Underway

The Bryans Road Shopping Center has finally begun their renovations for the 122,500 sf center.  The plan is to have everything complete by September 2017.  No new tenants have been signed yet.

Grand Reopening is set for September 9th 2017.  There will be an event planned.

13 comments:

Jordans Memory said...

Chris you are on top of it! I just logged on to ask you about this.. To bad no new tenants has signed on yet. We could really use new retail there. Has anyone atleast shown any interest?

Chris Shasho said...

I have not had much contact with the owners since they gave it to these new brokers. I will check in on them soon.

Maurice Robinson said...

Hope that whole parking lot is going to be repaved. Are they just doing the facade? That Safeway is the PITS! Needs to be tore down and updated.

Chris Shasho said...

Safeway renewed their lease so they may do some updates like La Plata has. Not for certain.

Jordans Memory said...

Hi Chris, I noticed they tore down the office building across the street from Sonic in Waldorf, is that where the Krispy Kreme will be going?

Chris Shasho said...

No it will go in the parking lot in front of leftys bbq. A brand new building.

Melva Massey said...

This may have been asked already but what are the plans for the land where the RIP restaurant used to be on 301?

Daniel Beall said...

From a previous post on this site dated October, 2016

"Waldorf Station Land Has Been Sold

The 145 acres known as Waldorf Station, and was once where a Super Walmart was planned, has been sold by Chaney Enterprises to Greenburg Gibbons. This new group is responsible for some very nice developments like Annapolis Towne Centre and Waugh Chapel Towne Centre. We have worked with them in the past and I believe they are the right group to do a nice project on that property. Their plan is to do an open-air mixed use development. We look forward to seeing their design.

Demolition permits have been issued to remove some of the buildings on the property. They may include the Chaney building, Waldorf Restaurant and former Embassy Dairy."

Desiree C. said...

Hi Chris - What is going on with the 7/11 and other connected retail shops that were suppose to be built at the corner of Piney Church Road and Billingsley Road in Waldorf? I thought the new shops were suppose to be up and running by now. Please confirm. Also, what's taking so long for the grocery store/retail shops to come at the corner of St. Charles Parkway and Billingsley Road? This area is growing fast with new single family homes, townhomes and apartments so why does it seem like it is so hard for this populated area to receive it's own local stores? Lastly, there is this new Industrial Company located off Billingsley Road. It is between Leonardtown Road and Piney Church Road but closer to Piney Church. What is this company and what do they do? There is constantly loud noises coming from this company, in a community that is usually very quite, and clouds of smoke polluting the air. Please confirm. Thank you.

Chris Shasho said...

The 7-11 site is still waiting to get some other tenants signed before they build. I have not received an update from that owner.

The land on Billingsley needs to be bought by a shopping center developer. No one is working on anything for that site currently. Some markets think that just the surrounding residences aren't enough to support them and not having highway visibility will be an issue.

The most recent addition to the industrial park is a power plant. Its gas fired so it is one of the more cleaner types of plants. The plant has been in the works to be built for probably 20 years. Here is their website with more information: www.cpvstcharles.com

sn315on said...

Chris, any news on the power plant? I looked at the site you linked to, but, there's not an update that I can find. Thanks. :)

Chris Shasho said...

Power plant in St. Charles? That is complete. Its been up and running for some time now.

Anonymous said...

New plant is causing a lot of noise in the surrounding neighborhoods.