‘Ben & Jerry’s’ Coming to Baltimore Peninsula

| December 19, 2023 | 0 Comments

National ice cream brand Ben & Jerry’s is opening a shop at the Baltimore Peninsula development at the newly-opened Rye House apartment building. The shop, which will open next year, will sell ice cream, frozen yogurt, sorbet, and non-dairy products.

Ben & Jerry’s was founded in 1978 in Burlington, VT by Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield. Ben & Jerry’s flavors can be found in grocery stores, restaurants, and at more than 200 of its owns stores throughout the country.

Rye House, which his managed by Bozzuto, is a 293,000 sq. ft. building. It has 254 residential units, including 54 affordable units, and 16,000 sq. ft. of retail.

In recent weeks, Baltimore Peninsula has announced a flurry of tenants that will open next year. In addition to Ben & Jerry’s, restaurants include Jersey Mike’s Subs, BK Lobster, Slutty Vegan, Bar Vegan, the reopening of Rye Street Market by the Clyde’s Restaurant Group, a coffee shop and general store by Method Co., and a multi-vendor space called The Exchange. A retail branch of CFG Bank is also coming to the development and Learning Care Group is opening a child care center.

The Baltimore Peninsula development team said additional deals have been reached and will be announced soon.

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