“Our goal is to quickly grow to ten stores in Maryland,” Director of Operations says
Cricket Wireless, the subsidiary of AT&T that provides cellular devices and services featuring no annual contracts, has signed a lease with David S. Brown Enterprises, Ltd. for space at Belair Beltway Plaza in the Fullerton section of Baltimore County. The national retailer, which expects to open by the end of June, joins 9Round, a fitness center that utilizes boxing and kickboxing techniques. Ken Bernstein of David S. Brown Enterprises represented the landlord in both transactions.
“Our corporate goal is to quickly ramp up to ten stores in the Maryland area, and this store provides us with tremendous coverage in the northeast section of Baltimore County,” explained Fawad Jamil, Director of Operations for Cricket Wireless. “The mix of office and retail tenants within the center, combined with the outstanding demographics of the surrounding area, complements our store concept and will attract sustained traffic.”
Belair Beltway Plaza, located at 7648-7658 Belair Road, consists of 140,000 square feet of commercial office, medical and retail space and features a two-story, 15,000 square foot office building with direct entrance suites. Tenants include Mercy Hospital, M&T Bank, Carrabas Grill and Beltway Movie 6. More than 40,000 vehicles pass the site on a daily basis and the center is adjacent to an exit of the Baltimore Beltway.
Cricket Wireless provides cellular service to more than 319 million nationwide utilizing the 4G LTE Network. Founded in 1999 and acquired by AT&T in 2013, the company offers prepaid voice, text and data service.
David S. Brown Enterprises, LTD., founded in 1933 and headquartered in Owings Mills, MD, is a full-service real estate development and management company. For additional information, visit www.davidsbrown.com