The new owner of the Shops at Kenilworth wants to knock out the walls to revitalize the aging neighborhood shopping center with more windows, more places to eat and a rooftop terrace to help boost sales.

But the $20 million in changes aren’t meant to alter the flavor of the small Towson mall, known for summer movies and holiday trains, easy in-and-out trips and longtime local tenants.

“We’ll do all the stuff that we’ve always done, but it’s going to have a more sleek, contemporary look,” said Brian Gibbons, chairman and CEO of Greenberg Gibbons, which took a stake in the property in July and expects to close on the full property in April, a deal valuing the center at roughly $25 million.

(Full article has been deleted from Baltimore Sun website) New Kenilworth owner plans $20M renovation – Baltimore Sun.