This article is sponsored by Maryland Injury Guys, the car accident attorneys of Rossville. Discover what the community of Rossville has to offer its residents and visiting guests.
Rossville, Maryland, is an unincorporated community in Baltimore County. As of the 2010 census, the census-designated place (CDP) has a total population of 15,147 people. The total area of the CDP is 5.4 square miles. Rossville, MD, is located at 39.2121 degrees north latitude and 76.28 43 degrees west longitude.
Based on the data collected for the 2000 census, the population of Rossville was 11,515 people. Its population density was 2,132.5 people per square mile. The average age of a person living in Rossville was 32 years old. The population was spread out with:
Also recorded in the census were 4,811 households and 2,819 families. The households in the CDP consists of:
According to the website BestPlaces, the median income of a person living in the neighborhood of Rossville is $63,389. A house listed in the area goes for an average of around $215,100. There is a 4.1% unemployment rate.
The Golden Ring Shopping Center, or the Centre at Golden Ring, is a shopping center that caters to the residents of Rossville, Maryland. Located on Philadelphia Rd., the shopping center was opened as the "Golden Ring Mall" on Oct. 28th, 1974. Created by developers Melvin, Simon & Associates, the mall had anchors like Stewart's, Hecht's and Montgomery Ward. There was also an installation from Americal sculptor and painter Rita Blitt featured there. In 1998, Simon Property Group put the mall up for sale. It was purchased and demolished by Virginia developer Petrie, Dierman, and Kughn. In 2002, the property was reopened as the Centre at Golden Ring. The anchors for this shopping center are now Walmart, Sam's Club and The Home Depot. Some of the other stores located here are Shoe City, Dollar Tree, Marshalls, Unlimited Sky Talk and Rent-A-Center. Restaurants featured in the plaza include America's Best Wings, Panera Brea, IHOP, Panda Express, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Dairy Queen Grill & Chill and Chipotle Mexican Grill. Learn more about the neighboring area of Middle River.
Across the street from the Golden Ring Shopping Center is the Golden Ring Park. Opened from dawn to dusk, the park provides a recreational space for residents and visitors of Rossville, Maryland. The park is managed by the Rosedale Recreation and Parks Council. One of its main features is a large lake where people can sit to admire the serene view.
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