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Harford Mall

Bel Air, MD

www.harfordmall.com
696A Bel Air Road, Bel Air MD 21014 - 410.879.9319
Total Number of Stores: 60 Total Acreage: 47± Total Building Area (GLA): 505,483 Total Trade Area (2018 est.): 450,892

Featured Stores

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Contacts

Leasing Contact

Lance Johnson

Senior Leasing Manager

423.490.8685

lance.johnson@cblproperties.com

Specialty Leasing Contact

Carrie McCubbin

Assistant General Manager

410.776.2302

Carrie.McCubbin@cblproperties.com

General Manager

Lauri Altman

General Manager

410.879.9319

lauri.altman@cblproperties.com

Advertising Contact

Dawn Gnieski

Sr Business Development Manager

724.836.5025, x233

dawn.gnieski@cblproperties.com

Marketing Contact

Mary Lynn Morse

VP, Marketing

423.553.8714

Mary.Lynn.Morse@cblproperties.com

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Property Facts

  • Harford Mall features 60 specialty stores including American Eagle, Encore Shoes, Justice, Lane Bryant, White Barn Candle Co., and Bath & Body Works as well as PetSmart and Best Buy.

Trade Area Facts

  • Harford Mall is centrally located at the intersection of U.S. Highway 1 and Maryland Route 24. This intersection is touted as one of the busiest within the Harford County trade area with more than 85,000 cars passing daily. Harford County is part of the Greater Baltimore region, located on I-95 in the heart of the East Coast and mid-Atlantic markets.
  • Major employers within Harfordd County include Aberdeen Proving Ground, Harford Community College, University of Maryland Medical System, Rite Aid, ShopRite, Kohl's, Frito Lay and Sephora USA.
  • Harford Community College has an enrollment of 10,000 students with a median age of 22 and was selected as one of the Baltimore Sun's top workplaces. In addition, Harford County is home to 11 senior high schools within the primary trade area hosting more than 12,000 students.
  • Harford County has transformed into a national research and development center while seeing continued growth in all of its major industry sectors. Harford County's location, highly-skilled workforce, and progressive, business-friendly environment offers an intimate setting to a vast array of companies and industry sectors.

Demographics (2018)

Population Trends Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
2023 Projection 291,692 169,760 461,452
2018 Estimate 282,695 168,197 450,892
2010 Census 273,987 163,659 437,646
2018 - 2023 % Change 3.18% 0.93% 2.34%
Income Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
Median HH Income $88,356 $83,667 $86,641
Average HH Income $111,468 $105,889 $109,428
Age Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
Median Age 43.7 42.6 43.2