Glen Burnie Crossing attracts its largest tenant
Baltimore Business Journal | Melody Simmons
An automotive shop and towing company in Glen Burnie has expanded and moved into new digs along Ritchie Highway.
24/7 Collision Care moved into 35,100 square feet of office and garage space at Glen Burnie Crossing last week. The business had been located in a Class C space totaling 12,000 square feet at 175 Penrod Court nearby.
In the new shop at 85 Dover Rd., 24/7 Collision Care will expand its repair and auto body services in the space that has 16.5-foot ceilings and drive-through bays. The company also offers custom detailing and towing of cars and trucks, car rentals and alignments.
“This move enables us to consolidate from five separate suites into one brand new facility which will significantly improve the appearance of our workspace and flow of operations,” said owner John Randolph. “We are transitioning from a hard-to-find location embedded within a trucking and warehouse complex into a site with roadside visibility.”
24/7 Collision Care’s move to five-building Glen Burnie Crossing is the largest lease at the property, said Richard Williamson, senior vice president for St. John Properties, owner of the development.
Glen Burnie Crossing is located at 85-93 Dover Road and has a total of 92,000 square feet of space. It is completely leased, Williamson said. Three new buildings there are under development to total an additional 42,000 square feet.
“This park was specifically designed to suit the customized needs of automotive uses,” Williamson said. “John Randolph is an experienced entrepreneur with a loyal customer following.”