In Prince George's County
Ever wonder about what's being built -- or what a developer proposes to build -- on the vacant land around the corner? This feature is intended to provide an easy way for you to learn about planned development throughout Prince George's County.
This chart uses information provided by the Prince George's Newsletter based on information from the Prince George's County Department of Planning and Zoning for a monthly update on planned subdivisions, office buildings, shopping centers and other development. The map and chart identify planned projects by areas that were processed by officials during September.
The status of the projects is described in three categories:
Projects Proposed, Preliminary Plans/Site Plans/Concept Plans. Proposed applications are for zoning changes or residential, commercial or industrial projects submitted for approval. Public meetings are held before any action by the Planning Board, District Council or zoning hearing examiner.
Projects Approved, Preliminary Plans/Site Plans/Concept Plans are residential, commercial or industrial projects approved by the Planning Commission for development of land.
Building Permits allow a property owner to start construction or development.
For more information about site plans, call 301-952-3554. Preliminary plans, 301-952-3296. For information on zoning cases and special exceptions, call 301-952-3209.
1. Convenience store and gas station. Wawa Inc., of Wawa, Pa., applied for a rezoning application to allow a convenience store and a gas station on Woodyard Road at Woody Terrace in Clinton.
2. Residential lots. Capitol Properties, of Warrenton, filed a subdivision plan for 314 residential lots on the east side of Route 301 near Route 5 in Brandywine.
3. Tennis Champions Center. Capital Structures, of Reston, filed a building permit application to build a Tennis Champions Center at 5200 Paint Branch Pkwy. in College Park.
4. Office building and warehouse. Thomas Somerville Co., of Washington, submitted a site plan for a warehouse and office building on Trade Zone Avenue in the Collington Center in Upper Marlboro.
5. Regional mall. The Simon Property Group, of Indianapolis, submitted a site plan for an 825,000-square-foot regional mall at Route 197 and Northview Drive in Bowie.
6. Department store. Jubilee Clinton II, LLC, an affiliate of the Schottenstein Co. in Ohio, applied for a building permit to build a $2 million department store for an unidentified user at 8901 Woodyard Rd. in Clinton.
7. Greenmount Moving and Storage. Greenmount Moving and Storage submitted a site plan for a 32,700-square-foot addition to its building on Commerce Drive near Route 301 in Upper Marlboro.
8. Home Depot. A site plan was approved for a new building supply store on East West Highway and Toledo Terrace in Hyattsville.
9. Office buildings. A site plan submitted by Metro-Plex Inc., of Lanham, was approved for two office buildings to be built on Corporate Drive, in the Metro East Business Park in Lanham.
10. New Covenant Church. A site plan was approved to add a private school and day-care center to the church at the intersection of Bladensburg Road and 38th Avenue in Colmar Manor.
Building Permits Issued:
11. Patterson Automotive. Patterson Automotive, of Arlington, was issued a building permit for an automotive retail store at 16700 Governor Bridge Rd. in Bowie.
12. Recreation area. Fort Myer Construction Co. was issued a $2.3 million grading permit to clear land for a Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission recreation area to be constructed at 4525 Bladensburg Rd. in Bladensburg.
13. Public Storage Inc. Mike Carter Construction, of Bradenton, Fla., was issued a building permit for a self-storage facility at 4320 Kenilworth Ave. in Hyattsville.