Monday, February 25, 2013
The store has been "repositioned" to Waugh Chapel in Gambrills.
The Old Navy in Bowie Town Center closed its doors for good last month the day before a new store opened up in Waugh Chapel Towne Centre. According to Julie Luker, a public relations manager for Old Navy, the store closed on Jan. 22 and was "repositioned" to the new location in Gambrills. When asked if Old Navy would be opening a new store in Bowie in the near future, Luker indicated that there was no specific plan. "We are constantly evaluating our store fleet to ensure we have the right stores in the right locations to best serve our customers," wrote Luker in an email. "I can tell you that we look at a number of factors—including our existing store base, market demographics and sales potential of a particular market." Old Navy is the…
Friday, October 26, 2012
Signs on Route 3 warn of a "major event" Sunday. The store will open at 7 a.m.
- REAL ESTATE
- Tim Lemke
Friday, October 26, 2012
Area residents should expect heavy traffic Sunday when the new Wegmans store opens at the Waugh Chapel Towne Centre. With Wegmans set to open at 7 a.m., Anne Arundel County police said they are working with store officials to mitigate traffic problems. "With the grand opening festivities, we expect plenty of people and vehicles in and around the area of Waugh Chapel Village," police said in an email to the community. "You should plan accordingly for potential traffic disruption and delays." There are currently signs on Route 3 warning of a "major event" Sunday. Police said there will be additional signs offering direction during the store opening. Police noted that there are several ways to access the store parking lot. Cars can turn …
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Movies for just $2 shown on Sept. 12 at the new Gambrills theater will benefit the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County and its Grants 4 Teachers program.
The excitement is building for the Friday grand opening of the new movie theater in Gambrills and preview events allow residents to get a peek inside, catch a flick for just $2, and help local nonprofits. The theater is the latest opening following Bed, Bath & Beyond, Starbucks (with a drive-thru) and the Greene Turtle at Waugh Chapel Towne Centre. To see all the stories about Waugh Chapel Towne Centre, click here. The movies on Wednesday, with shows starting as early as 11:20 a.m. and running as late as 10:10 p.m., will benefit the Grants 4 Teachers program of the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County (CFAAC). The purpose of Grants 4 Teachers is to fund "creative ideas that otherwise would be impossible to implement in the classroom…
Sunday, September 9, 2012
The restaurant at Waugh Chapel Towne Centre opened on Sept. 4, the day before the 2012 NFL season began.
Spaces to park outside the Greene Turtle in Gambrills were hard to find on Sunday afternoon as football fans were forced to seek out parking behind the Panera and near the newly opened Bed Bath & Beyond. To see all the stories about Waugh Chapel Towne Centre, click here. The restaurant reportedly opened on Sept. 4, the day before the New York Giants took on the Dallas Cowboys to kick off the NFL season. The patio was packed on Sunday afternoon. Locals said they're happy to have a new place for watching sports as well as enjoying live music and American food. The address for the Greene Turtle is 2383 Brandermill Blvd. in Gambrills and hours are 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Monday through Sunday. For more information, call 410-451-7544 or see their …
Thursday, September 6, 2012
The store at Waugh Chapel Towne Centre is the latest business to open.
The newest business at Waugh Chapel Towne Centre is a 28,000-square-foot space filled with merchandise and furnishings for the bedroom, bath and beyond. As of Thursday, Bed Bath & Beyond is officially open with hours on Monday to Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The store's address is 2382 Brandermill Blvd. in Gambrills. To see all the stories about Waugh Chapel Towne Centre, click here. Patch previously reported that the Bed Bath & Beyond location at Bowie Town Center will close once the new store in Gambrills opens. See more:
Monday, August 27, 2012
The grand opening of the new movie theater at Waugh Chapel Towne Centre in Gambrills is set for Sept. 14.
Finishing touches to the new movie theater in Gambrills are in process and staff is being hired by Regal Entertainment Group. The theater at Waugh Chapel Towne Centre is set for a grand opening on Sept. 14, but there will be opportunities to catch a flick before then. To see all the stories about Waugh Chapel Towne Centre, click here. Preview events held Sept. 10-12 will offer movie tickets, popcorn and soft drinks for just $2 each—with all proceeds going to the following charities: Boys and Girls Clubs of Anne Arundel County, Got Your 6—Military Support and Grants 4 Teachers of Anne Arundel County. See the Regal website for additional information about these events. The theater will feature IMAX and IMAX 3-D movies, stadium-style seating…
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Hundreds turned out to the Bowie Comfort Inn to apply for jobs at the Target scheduled to open at Waugh Chapel South in Gambrills.
When Target team members open the doors to the Waugh Chapel South store, the staff is expected to be filled with dozens of local new hires. An ensemble of Target employees from around the Washington, DC, suburban communities filled the Comfort Inn Hotel & Conference Center in Bowie to interview applicants. Although the new Target will technically sit in Gambrills, the store has been dubbed “Crofton Target” and “Target Crofton” by residents around the community and hiring manager Jean Caufriez. He said Target hired more than 50 people by Wednesday afternoon. They hope to bring on 220 employees for the new store. “We’re still looking for a lot of early morning stockers,” said Caufriez, who is looking for people who can help with morning …