A circa-'59 site plan of James Rouse's ultra-modern HARUNDALE. The 317,800 square foot complex was one of the earliest retail hubs in the nation to be officially referred to as a (quote-unquote) "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