The Riverfront at West Hyattsville

The Riverfront at West Hyattsville

In 2015 Hogan Companies and Gilbane Development proposed to develop a 25.3 acre parcel immediately northwest of the West Hyattsville Metro Station as a multifamily unit and townhouse development. The latest conceptual plan proposes 300 apartment units, 183 townhouses, and 10,000 square feet of retail/commercial space. The concept plan proposes a public park and amphitheater, improvements to the Northwest Branch Trail and several connections of the property to the Metro station.

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Purple Line

Purple Line

The Purple Line is a proposed high-capacity public transportation link between the Metrorail Red Line in Bethesda and Metrorail Orange Line in New Carrollton. The 16-mile light rail line would provide a direct connection between the Metrorail Red, Green and Orange lines that radiate into suburban Maryland from Washington D.C. It would also provide an east-west public transportation link between Montgomery County and Prince George’s County.

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Singer Building

Singer Building

This project is located at 3300, 3303, and 3310 Rhode Island Ave. The Menkiti Group will preserve and restore the existing building envelope, and ultimately program the space with a vibrant mix of commercial uses with 12 residential units above. The plan, which features a 5,500 SF hardware store, 3,000 SF arts incubator, 1,400 SF cafe/restaurant will create day and evening activation of the site and serve as a catalyst for the further development of nearby properties.

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Netzero Energy Townhomes

Netzero Energy Townhomes

Joining the nearby Netzero home on 34th St in Mt. Rainier, this cutting edge project adds four more units from 1,940 sq. ft. to 2,910 sq. ft. on Perry St. This is the first top of the line green construction project of its kind in the County.  It was highlighted in the Washington Post Magazine. This project redeveloped an empty, abandoned undeveloped block in walkable Mt. Rainier.

 

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Studio 3807

Studio 3807

As a $36 million dollar project, Studio 3807 is a new state-of-the art, mixed use development for 147 market rate apartments, 6,000 sq. ft. of artist work space, and 6,000 sq. ft. of retail space.  It is located at the intersection of 38th and Rhode Island Ave, in the heart of the Gateway Arts District.  This was a projected done with the County's Redevelopment Authority, the Department of Housing and Community Development, the Hyattsville CDC, and the Prince George's County Department of Housing and Community Development.

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Rainier Manor II

Rainier Manor II

Located in 3001 Queens Chapel Mount Rainier, Maryland, Rainier Manor is a thriving senior community that 57 additional active adults call home, next to the 100 already in existence at Rainier Manor I. With newly built apartments, this community offers an affordable rental choice to seniors age 62 and over. Nestled in a convenient, neighborhood-like setting, Rainier Manor has been perfectly planned to fit your lifestyle and provides much more than “just a place to live.”

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Kiplinger Development at Editor's Park Drive

Kiplinger Development at Editor's Park Drive

An $85 million project, The Edition at Kiplinger project is located at the former Editor’s Press site off of East-West Highway, adjacent to the Prince George’s Plaza Metro Station. NVR and Fore Property Company are developing the Kiplinger site to be a mix of apartment units, condominiums and townhouses. The full build out of the project is anticipated to be 348 rental units in a five-story building, 40 two-over-two condominiums, and 86 four-story townhouses.

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Safeway at University Town Center

Safeway at University Town Center

The latest development in University Town Center (UTC) is the mixed-use project anchored by Safeway at the intersection of America Boulevard and East-West Highway. The 85,524-square-foot development was led by Echo Realty in partnership with The Bernstein Companies and is scheduled to opened in April 2016. The Safeway itself will house a Starbucks, a pharmacy and a bank. Other tenants will include Town Center Wine & Spirits, Unleashed by Petco, Phenix Salon, Pollo Campero and a 10,000-square foot MedStar primary & urgent care facility. The project will also include a two-story parking garage.

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Takoma Langley Crossroads Transit Center

Takoma Langley Crossroads Transit Center

After over a decade of waiting, the Takoma Langley Crossroads Transit Center, operated by the Maryland Transit Administration, provides bus service to over 12,000 customers daily, making it the largest non-Metrorail station transfer point in the Washington region. The center features a large well-lit canopy, ADA-accessible bus loading areas and real-time bus arrival screens. The center also provides an off-street location for safe bus boarding and transfers, and decreased vehicular- pedestrian incidents.

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Pyramid Atlantic at the Arcade

Pyramid Atlantic at the Arcade

A $3.5 million project, The Arcade at 4318 Gallatin Street is an adaptive reuse phased rehabilitation to restore the structure as a future anchor of the Gateway Arts District.  Grant funding from the State of Maryland and Prince George’s County have supported the stabilization of the structure and have served as a springboard for revitalization of the building.

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