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Stress-Free Parking Comes to Towson Town Center

Holiday shoppers will be the first to experience significant parking upgrades.

Stress-Free Parking Comes to Towson Town Center

Holiday shoppers will be the first to experience significant parking upgrades.
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Holiday shoppers will be the first to experience significant upgrades to parking at Towson Town Center. Renovations include color-coded parking decks, enhanced directional signage with space indicators at every key decision point, and “Park Assist” red light/green light technology to indicate available parking spaces. Signage has been updated throughout the center, indicating all major entrances, way-finding, and space availabilities. 

Additionally, enhanced landscaping will create a more aesthetically appealing welcome to the Center that has been nicknamed by several elected officials as the “gateway to Towson.” In addition to the Center’s more than 185 stores and restaurants, several new-to-market retailers have recently opened or will be joining the mix in the coming months.

Joining the recently renovated Nordstrom and open for this holiday season will be Sports Etc., Rainbow, and Foamcity. In the coming months The Brass Tap, Lou Lou, Riley Rose, and Lolli & Pops, and food court eatery Indie Bowl will join these retailers. More store announcements are expected in the near future.

Follow Towson Town Center on Facebook or visit Towson Town Center at 825 Dulaney Valley Road. For more information, call 410-494-8800.


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