Warehouse-style stores lined up for Long Gate

March 18, 1996|By Shanon D. Murray | Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF

Five warehouse-style anchor stores have signed up to be tenants of the 400,000 square-foot Long Gate Shopping Center in Ellicott City.

The $40 million center at U.S. 29 and Route 100 will feature a Target, a Kohl's department store, a Safeway, a HomePlace furnishings store and a Barnes & Noble bookstore, Adam Miller, spokesman for the KLNB commercial real estate firm said last week.

The center scheduled to open in October also will feature a gas station, two banks, restaurants and small shops, Mr. Miller said. Plans call for 2,074 parking spaces.

Opus East, a Minneapolis-based development company with offices in Bethesda, will build the center on 43 acres of a 53-acre site.

Pub Date: 3/18/96

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