7 Mile Market
When Seven Mile Market, the largest kosher market in America, moved into a larger building to accommodate the growing needs of their consumers, they tapped Rene Daniel, Principal and Gilbert R. Trout, Vice President at Trout Daniel & Associates to find a long-term tenant to occupy the former store location.
Trout Daniel & Associates Brokers Lease of Former Seven Mile Market Space To Signature Collision Center
Pikesville, MD – Trout Daniel & Associates, a full-service commercial real estate company, announced the execution of a long-term lease agreement for Signature Collision Center at 4000 Seven Mile Lane in Pikesville, MD; the third location for the auto body repair business in the mid-Atlantic region. For 22 years, the space served as the famed Seven Mile Market, the largest Kosher supermarket in the U.S., until it was moved to an adjacent location in late 2010.
Rene Daniel, Principal and Gilbert R. Trout, Vice President at Trout Daniel & Associates both represented Seven Mile Market.
DC-based Signature Collision will benefit from its new location’s close proximity to the Baltimore Beltway, I-83 and the Reisterstown Road corridor. Signature Collision is a Geico-affiliated body shop but it is open to vehicle owners with all types of insurance coverage.
Extensive interior renovations are underway on the 28,000 square foot space and Signature Collision expects to open its doors before March 2012. The exterior of the building should remain largely unchanged.
Seven Mile Market opened in 1988 to serve Baltimore’s Jewish community of more than 100,000 with Kosher goods and it recently moved to a larger location less than a block away formerly occupied by a Safeway grocery store.
Signature Collision’s new location will help create additional local jobs and seeks to be a major contributor in the Pikesville community.
“We were fortunate enough to call on Trout Daniel & Associates when we looked to lease our property,” said Moshe Boehm. “Rene Daniel and his team made both sides more than satisfied with the outcome. If I had another building, I’d call up Rene and say let’s get to work.”