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An Early History of White Marsh, MD

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This article is sponsored by the medical malpractice lawyers in White Marsh from the Maryland Injury Guys. We hope you enjoy learning about the planned community of White Marsh.

White Marsh: History

White Marsh is a census-designated place in Baltimore County, Maryland. An unincorporated and planned community, it is located at the geographical coordinates of 39.383621 degrees north latitude and 76.458315 degrees west longitude. Surrounding areas include Perry Hall to the north, Middle River to the south, Parkville to the west and Rosedale to the southwest.

White Marsh was founded in 1965 as the preferred site for intensive development. A town center was proposed to be developed at the planned intersection of White Marsh Blvd. and Walther Blvd., west of Belair Rd. The Harry T. Campbell Sons Corporation had owned thousands of acres of land east of the planned town center since the 1930s. Mined of its organic sand and gravel deposits, the land was covered with deep craters and pits. A new family-owned entity was later in charge of rejuvenating the property.

During the late 1960s, Nottingham Properties started analyzing the possibility of creating a new town in White Marsh. They wanted to incorporate several uses for the land and community services, including business, industrial, retail, and residential. In 1969, the county planned to build roads along a northeasterly direction running from Baltimore County through the Campbell land. Because of this, the County decided to shift the planned town center east, developing it on Campbell's 1,500 acres of land. The town center was planned to be situated in the triangle area created by the arterial roads. The center would feature a mall, with the density of businesses and residential developments decreasing as it moved farther away from it.

Between the planned White Marsh Blvd. and Silver Spring Rd., north of the town center, would be the development of a residential sector that included all residential densities besides high-rise. Offices and research facilities were to be in the area east of the center to Interstate 95. In addition, future industrial developments would be constructed on the Campbell land east of I-95.

In the Baltimore County Master Plan, the site was officially labeled the town center in 1979, after its rezoning was complete. The White Marsh Mall's development was completed in 1981 under the ownership of the Rouse Company. The oldest IKEA still standing was built right next to the mall's property. Since then, many more residential, office, research, and developmental buildings have been built.

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White Marsh Mall

White Marsh Mall was opened on August 12, 1981, by the developer of the Rouse Company, after planning and developing it from 1972 to 1981. The regional shopping mall is one of the largest regional malls in the metropolitan area of Baltimore. It is also the fourth largest mall in the Baltimore area, following behind Annapolis Mall, Arundel Mills Mall and Towson Town Center. White Marsh Mall consists of six anchor stores and 134 specialty stores. The anchors of it include JCPenney, Macy's Home Store, Macy's Boscov's, and Dave & Buster's. Previous anchors, when the mall opened, were Sears, Bamberger's, Woodward & Lothrop and Hutzler's. JCPenney is the only one that has stayed on since the beginning.

Some of the other retail stores and dining provided in White Marshall Mall are:

  • The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille
  • Jewelry Box
  • Rainbow Shops
  • Finish Line
  • Elite Spa
  • Salontra Select Suites of White Marsh
  • Aéropostale
  • Pac Sun
  • ReGen
  • Against All Odds

THE AVENUE at White Marsh

Located adjacent to White Marsh Mall, on Honeygo Blvd., is THE AVENUE at White Marsh. The shopping center offers an outdoor shopping space for the surrounding communities. Shops and dining options featured at the center are Chili's Grill & Bar, Staples, Barnes & Nobel, Yankee Candle, Bar Louie - The Avenue at White Marsh, Chatime @ The Avenue of White Marsh, Imax, Dolby Cinema, Starbucks, BurgerFi, Red Brick Station, LOFT, Wayward Steakhouse, and many more. The White Marsh Outdoor Ice Skating recreation area is also offered at the center.

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Did you go to the doctors and come out experiencing worse symptoms? You may have been a victim of medical malpractice. Contact our White Marsh medical malpractice attorneys to discuss the details of your potential claim. We can help you get the compensation you deserve. Schedule your free consultation today.

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Aaron Blank Esq
Date Published: June 19, 2021
Aaron Blank is a patient safety advocate who holds the healthcare system responsible when it fails. He keeps businesses accountable if they choose profits over the safety of the community, and he ensures car insurance companies pay their fair share for the harm that reckless drivers cause. Aaron and his proficient legal team bring an approach based on dedication, guidance, and compassion through the difficult process of pursuing serious injury claims. He has dedicated his career to fighting for injury victims to recover losses from medical expenses, lost income, loss of enjoyment of life, or the loss of a loved one.
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