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Lidl Signs Up for Third Baltimore Location

Lidl US has selected Padonia Village Shopping Center in the Timonium section of Baltimore County as the site of its third location in Baltimore County. The grocery store signed a lease for approximately 31,000 square feet of space with Continental Realty Corporation (CRC) to backfill the former Green Valley Marketplace that exited the center earlier this year.

“Since entering the United States market, Lidl has built an extremely strong and recognized brand focused on private label goods with value pricing, and we are extremely confident that this significant differentiation point will resonate throughout the Baltimore County landscape,” said David Donato, SVP at CRC.

The new supermarket is expected to be operational by mid-2021.

Lidl recently opened a 754,000-square-foot distribution and logistics warehouse nearby in Cecil County. The opening date of the warehouse was accelerated from mid-summer in response to consumer demand during the COVID-19 crisis.

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