Security Square Mall to get $20 million toward revitalization

Kaleah Mcilwain
Security Square Mall in 2006.(Flickr)

The Security Square Mall is getting a $20 million infusion to help revitalize the aging shopping center.

The county and state announced the funding on Tuesday, and officials plan to get input from the community about how to direct the funds, Baltimore County Executive John Olszewski said at a press conference on Tuesday.

Many of the businesses in the mall have shut down over the years such as IHOP and Sears. The investment will go toward bringing in new businesses like Chick-fil-A, which will be opening at the mall in the Fall.

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