A circa-'59 site plan of James Rouse's ultra-modern HARUNDALE. The 317,800 square foot complex was the Rouse Company's second major shopping center and one of the earliest retail hubs in the nation to be officially referred to as a "mall".


HARUNDALE MALL TENANTS 1959:

HOCHSCHILD-KOHN (with Beauty Salon and Severn Room terrace restaurant) / FOOD FAIR supermarket / G.C. MURPHY 5 & 10 (with luncheonette) / S.S. KRESGE 5 & 10 (with luncheonette) / A.S. Beck Shoes / Adolf / Baltimore Gas & Electric / Barenburg / Beltz / Bentons / Broger-Gutman's Dry Goods / Cakery Bakery / Calby's Boy's & Young Men's Apparel / Castleberg / Cobblers & Cleaners / Dial Wyman Shoes / Drapery Mart / Equitable Trust Bank / Gamerman Toys / Hamburg / Harundale Community Room (second level) / Household Finance / Lerner Shops / Oppenheim-Collins (Franklin Simon) / Plotkin's Youth-O-Pedic Shoes / Raymond's men's wear / Read's Self-Service Drug (with luncheonette) / Ricky's /  Savings Bank of Baltimore / Sherwin-Williams Paints / Stieff / Terry Shop / Thom McAn Shoes / Wiener Cafe 

ON THE MALL KIOSKS:
Fanny Farmer Candies / Italian Delight Pizzaria & Sidewalk Cafe / NewsMart Greeting Cards / Parklane Hosiery / WNAV "Glass Studio" Broadcasting Booth 

HARUNDALE ANNEX STRIP CENTER:
Allen Drug / Bond Clothes / Carol / Eddie's Market / Harundale Barber Shop / Lord Baltimore Laundry / New Deal Optical / Taustin / White Coffee Pot Cafe