Category: Development

Council Approves Duvall Field Plaza and Concession Stand Project

At this Tuesday’s Council meeting, the Council approved a contract for construction of the Concession Building and Recreation Plaza at Duvall Field be awarded to Mid-Atlantic General Contractors, Inc. in the amount of $1,085,000. The City requested and received sealed bids for the Duvall Field Concession Building and Recreation Plaza. Two bids were received as […]

Thursday July 14th, 2016 in Development | No Comments »

Council to Hear Comments about Proposed Parking around Metropolitan Development

The City conducted a survey of area households in spring of 2016 to gauge interest in permit restricted parking in anticipation of the 2017 opening of The Boulevard at 9091 (formerly known as the Metropolitan development). This development consists of 45 townhomes, 238 apartments, 4,100 square feet of retail and a parking garage, and is […]

Monday July 11th, 2016 in Development, Parking | No Comments »

Council Approves $105K to Help Build Park, Fitness Trail in North College Park

Early this month, College park City Council approved a total of nearly $105,000 to help build the Gateway Park and a fitness trail around the Hollywood (REI / MoM) Shopping Center. Council approved the FY2017 Program Open Space (POS) allocation using $20,000 for land acquisition to expand the Hollywood Gateway Park and using $94, 712 […]

Monday June 27th, 2016 in Gateway | No Comments »

Council to Approve Funds for Park and Wellness Track in North College Park

At tonight’s meeting, the City Council will consider approving  the FY2017 Program Open Space (POS) allocation using $20,000 for land acquisition to expand the Hollywood Gateway Park and using $94, 712 for the wellness trail around Hollywood Shopping Center as proposed by staff. Prince George’s County’s allocation of POS funds in FY2017 is $3,258,859; College […]

Tuesday June 14th, 2016 in Development, Gateway | No Comments »

Towne Place Development May Break Ground this Fall

Representatives from the Baywood Hotels development group will be at the Council worksession to present the Towne Place suite (9620-9624 Baltimore Avenue) development in north College Park. The nearly $6 million project will consist of a 75-room extended stay hotel operated by Marriott. After receiving final zoning approval in late 2012, the applicant finalized the […]

Sunday May 15th, 2016 in Development, Towne Place | No Comments »

Proposed Pedestrian Bridge Between Greenbelt and College Park Not Moving Forward

The much-discussed pedestrian overpass between College Park and Greenbelt is not going to happen, at least for now. Teh College Park City Council approved a location just south of Public Works property. Unfortunately, teh Greenbelt City Council decided not to build the overpass. The Prince Georges County Planning Board approved the Greenbelt Station DSP resolution […]

Friday May 6th, 2016 in Development | 8 Comments »

Pregnancy Aid center Aims to Expand Operation

The Pregnancy Aid Center on Eirie Street is planning to build and additional building to meet the increase in demand for their service. Representatives from the center came before Council last week to talk about their detailed site plan that they have submitted to County’s planning department. The Council will consider approving a resolution supporting […]

Sunday April 24th, 2016 in Development, Pregnancy Aid Center | No Comments »

Group Plans to Form Committee About Duvall Field Improvement

The North College Park Civic Association (NCPCA) is in the middle of forming a committee regarding improvements at Duvall Field. The city will likely start construction on the new concession stand at Duvall Field this summer. In addition to this construction, there are plans to renovate the rest of the fields/spaces and install a walking […]

Thursday April 21st, 2016 in Development | No Comments »

FBI Relocation May Not Depend on Proximity Nearest Metro Location

According to this Washington Post article, General Services Administration (GSA), which is managing the search, is not considering Metro access a determining factor in deciding on a location. William Dowd, who oversees the FBI project for GSA, told the National Capital Planning Commission last week that his agency would not give greater consideration to a […]

Wednesday March 30th, 2016 in Development, FBI | No Comments »

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Friday February 26th, 2016 in Announcements, Development | No Comments »

City and UMD Considering Joint Tax Incentive to Attract Hi-Tech Development

In 2014, the State created the RISE Zone program to encourage investment and job creation near universities committed to economic development in their communities. Certain development and businesses within a designated RISE Zone would be eligible for real property tax credits and other benefits. The City Council supported the University of Maryland application to become […]

Tuesday February 16th, 2016 in Development | No Comments »

Public Hearing on FBI Development at Greenbelt Metro

Metro has announced that it is seeking your feedback on the proposed transit facilities at Greenbelt. The proposed changes to the transit facilities will only occur if the GSA selects Greenbelt as the location for the FBI Headquarters. The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) and Prince George’s County are pursuing Transit-Oriented Joint Development opportunities […]

Friday February 5th, 2016 in Announcements, Development, FBI | 1 Comment »

Beltway – Edgewood Rd Interchange Safety Improvement Project Update

Here are some updates about the Beltway-Edgewood Interchange project. The SHA has added the project to their website. Here is the link. According to the SHA, topographic surveys and existing right of way information were received on December 11, 2015. The design team is currently working towards the 10% design milestone, which includes setting the […]

Thursday January 28th, 2016 in Development | 3 Comments »

City to Seek Funds for Hollywood Streetscape Project

At tonight’s Council meeting, the Council will consider sending a request for a State Bond bill for $200,000 in capital funding for the Hollywood Streetscape project. The estimated total capital cost of the project exceeds $1 million. The City would like to proceed in phases, first with the streetscape phase of the plan, at an […]

Tuesday January 26th, 2016 in Development, Hollywood Streetscape | No Comments »

Berwyn Bridge Repair is Expected to Happen in this Spring

The Washington Post is reporting that the Berwyn bridge repair schedule is hit with another delay. The earliest we can see it happening this Spring. The paper says: “Nine months after a Metro contractor’s crane destroyed a pedestrian bridge over Green Line tracks in Prince George’s County, the company has yet to complete replacement of […]

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Sunday January 17th, 2016 in Announcements, Development | No Comments »