Hunt Valley Towne Centre, formerly Hunt Valley Mall, is an outdoor shopping mall in northern Baltimore County, Maryland. The development was constructed following the closure of Hunt Valley Mall (other than its anchor stores) in 2000. The anchor stores in existence today include Burlington Coat Factory, Wegmans, and Sears. Walmart was located at Hunt Valley mall until Late October 2007, but has since moved two miles south to Cockeysville, Maryland.
Hunt Valley Mall originally opened in 1981. Its success over the following two decades was limited, and as a result, many of the merchants failed by the end of the 1990s. This resulted in plans being made to convert the mall into an outdoor town center with big-box stores. The mall was controversial as it was originally opposed by Baltimore County Executive Donald Hutchinson early on. Four anchor tenants were planned for the mall although Sears and Bamberger's, which became Macy's, were the only ones to open. The mall included many features such as the "Paddock" food court, two small fountains at either end of the mall, and two large fountains in both center courts, along with a glass enclosed elevator facing the largest fountain below the food court, which was also the site of the seasonal christmas display. The mall sits on the grounds of the Bonnie Blink Estate, which now houses a Masonic Resting Home on the site directly above the parking lot behind the mall
Full service dining is available at Greystone Grill, Damon's Grille, California Pizza Kitchen, Jesse Wong's and Sakura.