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More on Calvert Road School Property

The Council discussed further some of the questions at last night’s City Council meeting. Please see below the responses we got from staff. Q1. Will there be code inspections done? If so, who will perform them? By law, if the University leases the building, it would be exempt from County and City inspections and permits […]

Wednesday March 22nd, 2017 in Calvert Rd. School, Development | No Comments »

Community Garden in North College Park Inches Forward

This week, the City Council will discuss a license agreement for a community garden proposed for the Shaban property, located at 9900 Rhode Island Avenue, College Park, at the north west corner of the Rhode Island Avenue and Edgewood Rd. intersection. Earlier this year, We ran a survey among the residents about the proposed community […]

Saturday March 18th, 2017 in Community Garden | No Comments »

Details About Child Care Proposal at Calvert Road Site

At tomorrow’s Council meeting, the City will host a Public Forum on a proposal for a Child Care Program at the Calvert Road School will be held. Here are the main highlights about the proposal: The proposal the City would “lease” the Calvert Road school site, which is owned by the City to the University […]

Sunday March 12th, 2017 in Calvert Rd. School, Development | No Comments »

Status of the SHA Projects in and around College Park

Representatives from the State Highway Administration (SHA) are expected to come to this week’s Council meeting and make a presentation about the current SHA projects in College Park. The SHA has also sent and overview of the projects ahead of the meeting. 1. I-495 Inner Loop / US 1 Ramp Safety and Spot Improvement Project […]

Friday February 17th, 2017 in Development | 2 Comments »

Another Eyesore Gone – City Plans to Build Gateway Park Soon

The old (eyesore building) at the corner of Edgewood Rd and Rt 1 is finally gone. The City plans to build the Gateway Park at the site soon. A few months ago the City also acquired a much-needed access to the park from the 47th place. Here are some pictures of the park that the […]

Wednesday February 15th, 2017 in Development, Gateway | 2 Comments »

Cambria Suite Hotel Project Seeks More Revisions

At tomorrow’s Council meeting, the City Council will discuss further the Cambria Suite hotel project, which is located at 8321 Baltimore Avenue and is under construction. On April 9, 2013, the City Council unanimously agreed to recommend approval with conditions for DSP12034, Keane Enterprises, Inc., to construct a hotel, pharmacy (CVS) and associated three-story parking […]

Monday February 6th, 2017 in Development | No Comments »

Renovated Holiday Inn Opens in College Park

The former Comfort Inn, at Rt 1 and MD 193, has been completely renovated from the ground up to become the Holiday Inn Express & Suites College Park-University Area. The new hotel opened last week. According to the Baywood hotels, the owner of the Holiday Inn, the new College Park hotel sports the new IHG […]

Sunday January 22nd, 2017 in Announcements, Development | No Comments »

Barrier Panels Removed to Make Trolley Trail More Accessible

Ten barrier panels were removed along Campus Drive at the Trolley Trail last week. Removing these ten panels will help enhance Trolley Trail access for pedestrians and bicyclists.

Tuesday January 10th, 2017 in Development | No Comments »

Davis Hall May Re-open Early Next Year

Davis Hall has been closed to public for several months now due to the reconstruction of the modular building, used by the Public Works staff. Staff has been using the Davis Hall space while the construction is completed. In case you’re thinking what’s going on with the Modular building work, here is an update. On […]

Wednesday December 21st, 2016 in Development | No Comments »

City May Get State Funds for Duvall Field Reconstruction Project

I attended College Park’s annual legislative dinner last night to talk about the second phase of the Duvall field reconstruction project. The dinner was attended by a number of representatives from the County, State and teh Federal government. Duvall Field, the largest City-owned park, is located along Rhode Island Avenue between Delaware Place and Blackfoot […]

Tuesday December 6th, 2016 in Development, Duvall Field | No Comments »

Honda Plans to Expand College Park Site

At tomorrow’s Council meeting, the City Council will discuss a proposal from the College Park Honda, who is requesting approval of a Detailed Site Plan to construct a 10,238 square foot addition to the existing dealership’s automotive service center on a 3.14 acre site at 9400 Baltimore Avenue. The Applicant proposes to construct a 10,238 […]

Monday December 5th, 2016 in Development | No Comments »

Council Approves EZ-Storage Plan

At this week’s Council meeting, the City Council approved the Detailed Site Plan of EZ-Storage to construct a 3-story, consolidated self-storage warehouse with surface parking on a 1.82 acre site at 5151 Branchville Road. Also, the Applicant is requesting a 10-foot front yard setback variance. Currently, the property is improved with a 21,378 square foot, hydraulic truck […]

Thursday October 27th, 2016 in Development | No Comments »

FBI Relocation Announcement Delayed

The GSA has announced this afternoon that the announcement about the potential location of the FBI headquarters has been postponed. The GSA earlier told that the decision could be announced by the end of the year. According to the Washington Business Journal, postponing the decision is probably a bad news for the Prince George’s County […]

Monday October 24th, 2016 in Development, FBI | No Comments »

Council to Ask PG Parks to Preserve, Add Amenities to Hollywood Park

At tomorrow’s Council meeting, the City Council will discuss the FY 2018 M-NCPPC budget and send a letter with College Park’s requests to preserve and enhance park amenities at City’s park facilities, in particular in Hollywood Park. The M-NCPPC has scheduled two public forums this fall to solicit comments on the Commission’s budget for planning, […]

Monday October 17th, 2016 in Development | No Comments »

City May Return Money to Build Hollywood Road Extension

At tomorrow’s Council meeting, the City Council will consider returning of $450,000 that is being held in escrow , towards the building of an extended Hollywood Road west of Route 1. The Mazza GrandMarc developer PPC/CHP Maryland Limited Partnership (PPC/CHP), gave half a million dollars in escrow when they built the Mazza apartment complex on […]

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Monday October 10th, 2016 in Development, Hollywood Road Extension | No Comments »