Towne Centre Laurel

14708 Baltimore Avenue (Route 1), Laurel, MD 20707
392,500 SF

Major Tenants

  • Harris Teeter
  • Regal Cinema
  • Kay Jewelers
  • Burlington
  • Old Navy
  • Ulta
  • Foot Locker
  • BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse
  • Mission BBQ

Property Facts

Welcome to Towne Centre Laurel, a unique blend of vibrant retail and unparalleled convenience! Situated on bustling Route 1 in the densely populated Baltimore/Washington Corridor, this center stands out as a beacon of community activity. With traffic counts reaching 37,680 VPD (adjacent Cherry Lane experiences 18,687 VPD), it’s a prime location for any business.

Featuring a signalized entrance and ample parking, navigating to and from our center is a breeze, ensuring a seamless shopping experience for all.

Strategically positioned amidst a critical mass of shopping centers, Towne Centre Laurel is a vital destination for residents and office workers, including those from Fort Meade and the NSA.

Towne Center Laurel is a hub of activity and a place where businesses thrive. In 2023, Club Pilates, ranked number 1 in the area, experienced a remarkable 70% growth. This success story, along with the several eateries and restaurants, retailers, and personal and professional service providers, mixed with the onsite seasonal community activations, makes Towne Center Laurel a favorable destination for any business.

Within a close 5-mile radius, the average household income exceeds $128,000, with a disposable income of over $87,600, making Laurel a desirable location for businesses. This prime spot guarantees a steady flow of foot traffic and business opportunities.

Towne Centre Laurel offers a perfect blend of merchandise, convenience, and loyal community appeal.


2023 Estimates 3 Mile Radius 5 Mile Radius Trade Area (70%)
Population 95,048 178,726 537,097
Average HH Income $118,687 $128,300 $112,011
Median Age 38 yrs 38 yrs 36 yrs
Daytime Population 32,545 61,437 112,011

2023 STI: Popstats

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