Rebuilding of Baltimore CVS Pharmacy Stores Begins

Delivering on CVS Health’s commitment to rebuild, construction crews began work at the site of one of two stores closed in Baltimore. The stores sustained heavy damage when protests broke out in the city in April 2015.

Demolition work at the closed CVS Pharmacy at 2509 Pennsylvania Avenue began in late August. The store will be completely rebuilt.

Our company is also renovating another closed CVS Pharmacy, located at 2560 West Franklin Street. Both stores are expected to reopen in early 2016.

“CVS Pharmacy is committed to serving the Baltimore community and we look forward to bringing back our two stores better than ever,” said Helena Foulkes, President of CVS Pharmacy. “When these stores reopen, we will be providing our customers and patients an enhanced selection of groceries and healthy food options along with the quality pharmacy care they have come to depend upon from CVS Pharmacy.”

Colleagues who worked at the closed stores have been serving their customers at other Baltimore locations over the past few months. Those employees will welcome their customers back to their neighborhood CVS Pharmacy when they reopen.