Reliable Churchill Headquarters Relocation will Bring 500 Jobs
- Oct 11, 2013
Five hundred new jobs are coming to Baltimore County. Reliable Churchill, the largest wine and spirits distributor in Maryland and a member of The Charmer Sunbelt Group, plans to move its headquarters to a new state-of-the-art warehouse and office complex at Baltimore Crossroads @95, in White Marsh/Middle River. The project is one of the most important to break ground in the county this year.
Located in Anne Arundel, Reliable Churchill’s current headquarters are unable to meet the company’s needs. The new headquarters building will have 449,200 square feet of space and will consolidate the company’s office and warehouse operations. Chesapeake Real Estate Group LLC and Industrial Income Trust will construct the new facility for Reliable Churchill. The two companies are part of Baltimore Crossroads @95’s development team which also includes the Somerset Construction Company and St. John Properties.
The Baltimore Business Journal reported the entire deal is worth approximately $50 million, including the building’s construction and fit-out. Ground will be broken later this year, with a completion date set for March.
“Reliable Churchill’s move to Baltimore County adds a new headquarters with over 500 associates to the thousands of people already working at Baltimore Crossroads,” Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said in a press statement. “Baltimore Crossroads in Middle River has become a significant employment center, made possible when the State and Baltimore County built the extension of Maryland Route 43 to open 1,000 acres of land for business and job creation.”
Baltimore Crossroads @95 is a 1,000-acre mixed use development located along Maryland Route 43 between White Marsh and the Middle River waterfront, and near Interstate 95. When finished, it will include 5.5 million square feet of office and flex space, manufacturing/industrial, retail amenities, and a mix of homes, luxury apartments and open space. Earlier this year, on April 24, St. John Properties, Inc. and Somerset Construction Company unveiled plans for the $100 million Greenleigh at Crossroads project, the next phase of Baltimore Crossroads @95.
Photo credits: www.baltimorecrossroads.com.