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Greater College Park

Flowers in Trader Joe's buckets

Trader Joe’s to Open in Greater College Park

Partnerships With UMD, Local Governments Lead to Grocer’s First Store in Prince George’s

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Shop Made in DC Union Market location

Maryland Goods Store Coming to College Park City Hall

Inaugural ‘Shop Made in Maryland’ Part of Greater College Park Initiative

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lobby of new Visitor Center in The Hotel

A New Welcome to UMD

Visitor Center Opens ‘One-Stop Shop’ in The Hotel

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Andrea Ball and Sandy Everett outside their College Park home

A Move-in Milestone

City-University Partnership’s Homeownership Program Celebrates 75th Sale Helping Employees Live Where They Work

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Aerial of College Park Southern Gateway

Getting ‘Greater’ in Fall 2021

More Development Projects Reshaping Greater College Park

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Building rendering in Discovery District

$300M Project Set to Reimagine Campus Drive Intersection

Office, Retail and Multifamily Housing Planned for Pedestrian-Friendly Hub Next to The Hotel

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College Park City Hall construction

A New Vision for College Park

Updated UMD-City Plan to Guide Next Decade of Progress

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Interior of IonQ facility

UMD Spinoff IonQ Opens New Data Center in Greater College Park

Facility Will Aid Company’s Race to Build First Practical Quantum Computer

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Rendering of Knox Road Project

Momentum Carries Greater College Park in Pandemic

New Student Housing, Retail, Other Construction Projects Continue in Community’s Revitalization

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Construction has started on Southern Gateway, a project that will help transform the Baltimore Avenue corridor in College Park with nearly 400 apartments and over 60,000 square feet of street-level retail space.

Construction Begins on Major Downtown Mixed-use Development

Southern Gateway, One of Region’s Biggest Projects, Starts With Safety Precautions Amid Coronavirus Crisis

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City of College Park and University of Maryland leaders broke ground yesterday on the new City Hall project.

A New Symbol of College Park Partnerships

Officials Break Ground on City Hall Project

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Rendering of Greater College Park showing movie theater

The ‘Greater’ Transformation

Baltimore Avenue Corridor to See Another Surge in Redevelopment

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