EDENS Celebrates Sprouts Grand Opening at Burtonsville Crossing and Announces New Retail Openings


Washington, D.C. – EDENS is ushering a new era for Burtonsville Crossing, bringing fresh energy to Montgomery County’s dynamic and highly engaged community.

With the grand opening of Sprouts Farmers Market today, Burtonsville Crossing’s 23,200-square-foot anchor, residents of Montgomery County now have access to the community-focused grocer’s extensive selection of fresh, organic produce and natural products.

In addition to welcoming Sprouts to the neighborhood, in a press conference today, EDENS unveiled a slate of new retail partners that will open at the approximately 130,000 square-foot Burtonsville Crossing. This expansion features a curated mix of shopping, dining and beauty and wellness services.

“We are excited to see the next chapter of Burtonsville Crossing unfold. Sprouts’ grand opening marks the beginning of a new era for this shopping center, as we continue to welcome a diverse mix of national, local and community-focused businesses,” said David Germakian, Managing Director at EDENS. “Through this revitalization, we are delivering a welcoming destination with robust offerings where the community can gather and engage.”

Future openings:

  • Moby Dick House of Kabob: Local DMV favorite featuring authentic Persian cooking with Mediterranean influences.
  • Chipotle: Fresh, made-to-order burritos, bowls, salads and tacos.
  • Eggspectation: All-day brunch concept offering innovative menu selections of both familiar and signature dishes.
  • Ulta Beauty: Offering an extensive assortment of products from established and emerging beauty brands across all categories and price points, in addition to a full service salon and beauty bar.
  • MyEye Dr: Premier vision healthcare provider, delivering comprehensive eye care and eyewear solutions.
  • Allure Nail Spa: Tailored spa and beauty services.

The new slate of openings joins T.J. Maxx’s 23,790 square-foot space, and Domain Fitness & Performance, a monumental 32,100 square-foot fitness concept founded by former NBA player and local businessman Jason Miskiri, assistant coach for the Washington Wizards David Vanterpool and local sports performance trainer Myron Flowers.

EDENS is also happy to announce that Burger King will continue operations at Burtonsville Crossing, while undergoing a comprehensive remodel.


EDENS’ purpose is to enrich community through human engagement. The company owns, develops and stewards a leading real estate portfolio of more than 100 open-air retail and mixed-use places in high-growth markets coast to coast. Through intentional design, thoughtful curation and meaningful engagement, EDENS’ places reach an estimated 15 million people daily.