July Development Update

The City of College Park released its regular Economic Update. Highlights include.

  • NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION: Over 800 employees will occupy the building once it is completed in August 2012.
  • MARYLAND BOOK EXCHANGE: After listening to arguments from both sides, the District Council took the case under advisement and they have until October 9 to render a vote.
  • CAFRITZ PROPERTY at RIVERDALE PARK: The District Council resumed the rezoning case on July 9 and voted 7-2 in favor of the rezoning application. The developer next plans to submit a DSP application and hopes to break ground in 2013.
  • BRANCHVILLE PROPERTY SELLS FOR NEARLY $1.3 MILLION: The 1.179 acre property is located to the east of Pizza Hut and AMF College Park Lanes was purchased by Four Thousand Four Branch Avenue LLC.

College Park Development Update – July 2012

2 thoughts on “July Development Update”

  1. There isn’t much else beyond what’s in the Development Update (under “Planned Projects”) and the links you listed.

    Plans for a mixed use development with 25,000 sq. feet of ground floor retail sound interesting for that section of Route 1. The location is across from the View II and could attract a lot of foot traffic. But they haven’t even submitted a proposal yet, so it’s pretty far out on the horizon.

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