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 1958:

Hochschild-Kohn (with Beauty Salon and Severn Room terrace restaurant) / Community Room (second level) / Food Fair supermarket / G.C. Murphy 5 & 10 (with luncheonette) / S.S. Kresge 5 & 10 (with luncheonette) / Lerner Shops / Read's Self-Service Drug (with luncheonette and 45 table seating area on the mall), / Raymond's Men's Apparel / Broger-Gutman's Dry Goods / Gamerman Toys / Plotkin's Youth-O-Pedic Shoes / Oppenheim-Collins (Franklin Simon) / Beltz / Cobblers & Cleaners / Equitable Trust Bank / Household Finance / Wiener Cafe / Adolf / Hamburg / Castleberg / Terry Shop / A.S. Beck / Cakery Bakery / Sherwin-Williams Pants / Calby's Boy's & Young Men's Apparel / Dial Wyman Shoes / Stieff / Ricky's / Savings Bank of Baltimore / Drapery Mart / Barenburg / Bentons / Thom McAn Shoes / Baltimore Gas & Electric

-On The Mall Kiosks-
Parklane Hosiery / Fanny Farmer Candies / NewsMart Greeting Cards / WNAV "Glass Studio" Broadcasting Booth / Italian Delight Pizzaria and Sidewalk Cafe

-Harundale Annex strip center-
Eddie's Market / White Coffee Pot Cafe / Lord Baltimore Laundry / Allen Drug / Harundale Barber Shop / Taustin / Carol / New Deal Optical / Bond Clothes

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