Demolition paving the way for the Towson Row project is complete, giving developers a clean palette to start construction, the project’s developer said Thursday.

Explosive engineers have begun excavating the rocky landscape on the project site at York Road and Towsontown Boulevard, making way for the $350 million mixed-use development, said Arthur Adler, a partner at Towson-based Caves Valley Partners.

Towson Row will be anchored by Baltimore County’s first full-service Whole Foods, which will occupy 45,000 square feet there. The development will include 200,000 square feet of office space, 100,000 square feet of retail, a 150-room hotel and 900 student housing beds. It will also offer 375 apartments and possibly condominiums, but Caves Valley is still evaluating the strength of the condo market, Adler said.

Source: Construction begins on Whole Foods-anchored Towson Row – Baltimore Business Journal