Arhaus Furniture Co. is the latest retailer to pull up a chair at Annapolis Towne Centre at Parole, a new retail and office development to open in October.
The 14,000-square-foot store will be the second Greater Baltimore shop for the Cleveland firm. Its first store opened at Harbor East last year.
Annapolis Towne Centre developer Greenberg Gibbons Commercial Corp. said it has signed up several other housewares’ stores.
•Desi Living, a living room furniture store that will open a 5,000-square-foot shop;
•Great Gatherings, which will sell game room fixtures and barware in a 16,266-square-foot space;
•Paper Source, a 2,950-square-foot store that will sell handmade paper products, including wedding invitations, stationery and gifts;
•Sur La Table, at 4,988 square feet, offering an expansive collection of hard-to-find kitchenware, including premium-quality culinary tools and cutting-edge utensils.
In June, the Baltimore Business Journal reported that Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant Group Inc. and Sur La Table were among other new retailers joining the $500 million development. Known for its German lagers, Gordon Biersch is an upscale brewery and restaurant based in Chattanooga, Tenn. Seattle-based cookware store Sur La Table will open its first Maryland store at Annapolis Towne Centre.
Target, Whole Foods Markets and Bed Bath & Beyond will be among the anchor stores at the redeveloped shopping center, formerly the site of Parole Plaza mall.