Werrlein changes WSSC rezoning approach

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A rendering of townhomes proposed to be built on a parking lot that's part of the long-abandoned WSSC offices in Central Hyattsville. Illustration courtesy Werrlein Properties and the City of Hyattsville.

Werrlein Properties is changing tack on a proposed rezoning that would allow an abandoned Hyattsville office building and parking lot to be redeveloped into homes. Pictured above: A rendering of townhomes proposed to be built on a parking lot that's part of the long-abandoned WSSC offices in Central Hyattsville. Illustration courtesy...
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