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Category: Gateway

Council Decides to Keep Most Gateway Park Features

Thanks to my Council colleagues for coming to the consensus for keeping most of Gateway Park’s existing features. The good news is that two proposed big-ticket items survived the cut. The City will build the park pavilion, and it will acquire the lot as an access from 47th Pl. As part of the compromise, we […]

Thursday July 6th, 2017 in Development, Gateway | No Comments »

Council Decides to Scale back Gateway Park Project

At last night’s meeting, the City Council decided to scale back the Gateway Park project. Though the Council decided to fund the park fully, strangely enough, it then decided to scale down the Park’s amenities. The outcome is rather disappointing, given the fact that the Council has consistently supported the design of the park project […]

Wednesday June 14th, 2017 in Development, Gateway | No Comments »

After 7 Years of Work and Spending Half a Million, Gateway Park May not Get Built

After spending more than half a million dollars and hundreds of hours of staff and community time over the past seven years, the Gateway Park project may not finally see the light. The project is scheduled to go for construction in fall this year and completion early next year. However, that may not happen if […]

Wednesday June 7th, 2017 in Development, Gateway | 1 Comment »

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 »

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 | 2 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 »

Gateway Park Development Hit with Delay

The Gateway Park development at the south east corner of  Edgewood Rd and Route 1 has been hit by an uncertainty with the State’s Program Open Space fund. Even though the City has the grant money, it needs State’s approval to spend. the Board of Public Works made approximately $400 million in cuts to agencies’ […]

Monday March 23rd, 2015 in Development, Gateway | 3 Comments »

Council to Discuss Gateway Park and Duvall Field Projects

The City of College Park has been notified that the City will be receiving $129,169 in FY 2015 POS funds based on the 2010 census population. Applications for acquisition and/or development projects must be submitted by June 20, 2014. Typically, POS funding must be divided equally between acquisition and development projects. This year, all of […]

Sunday June 1st, 2014 in Development, Duvall Field, Gateway | No Comments »

Hollywood Wind and Weather Park Construction to Start this Summer

The park at the south east corner of Edgewood Rd. and Route 1, which was formerly known as the Gateway Park, will now be called “Hollywood Wind and Weather Park”. The name change was made to reflect the climate related activities that the park will support. The landscape architecture and engineering design services to Flora […]

Friday January 24th, 2014 in Development, Gateway | 7 Comments »

Development Updates on Route 1 in North College Park

I often get questions about the status of developments on and along Route 1, especially on the part that crosses north College Park. Here are a few things I think we can talk about. 1. Gateway Park: At the south side of Edgewood Road intersection, just south of Beltway, the construction of the Gateway Park […]

Gateway Park May Receive More Funding

At tonight’s worksession, the Council will discuss how to spend Program Open Space (POS) funds for the 2014 fiscal year. Chances are that the Gateway Park in Hollywood may receive more funding for its design and construction work. The City has been notified that the FY14 Program Open Space (POS) allocation for Prince George’s County […]

Tuesday June 11th, 2013 in City Council, Development, Gateway | No Comments »

Council to Discuss Final Gateway Park Design Tomorrow

In tomorrow’s worksession, the City Council will discuss the design elements of the Hollywood Gateway project and will decide if it should give staff go ahead to the final design phase of the project. The City awarded a contract for landscape architecture and engineering design services to Flora Teeter and Whitney Bailey Cox and Magnani, […]

Monday May 6th, 2013 in Development, Gateway | No Comments »

Hollywood Gateway Park In Pictures

A representative from the landscape architect company Floura Teeter came to last night’s NCPCA meeting to present the conceptual design of the proposed Hollywood Gateway Park at the intersection of Route 1 and Edgewood Road. They will come to before City Council soon to discuss the plan further and finalize it. Once that happens, the […]

Friday April 12th, 2013 in Development, Gateway | No Comments »

Gateway Park Design to Get Community and Council Reviews

The much discussed Gateway Park at the intersection of Edgewood Road and Rhode Island Avenue will be finally presented to the community and the City Council. To recap, City plans to demolish the existing house at the corner of Edewood and Route 1 and build an eco-park there. a group of residents and University of […]

Wednesday April 10th, 2013 in Development, Gateway | No Comments »

Council to Discuss Awarding Gateway Park Construction Project

A couple years ago, the City purchased the property at the Southeast corner of Edgewood Road and Route 1 with Program Open Space funds from the State, with the purpose of making the lot into a park. This property has long been challenged and has faced significant turnover of both owners and renters, and has […]

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