College Park Council weighs Autoville storage facility



A rendering of a proposed self-storage facility planned for northern College Park.

Please see the correction notice below the article. A proposal to build a storage facility in northern College Park has proven controversial with neighbors. Pictured above: A rendering of a self-storage facility proposed for north College Park's Autoville neighborhood. Image via city of College Park, JDA. At its next meeting,...
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4 thoughts on “College Park Council weighs Autoville storage facility

  1. A few things to point out. (1) The sector plan is the County’s not the City’s. (2) Several projects built or soon to be under construction violate one or two elements of the sector plan. (3) The County Planning Board has yet (since 2002) to reject a DSP for any reason whatsoever in the corridor.

    The County Planning Board has approved a bank with drive through (though never built); various one-story buildings; a building which faces a side street and not Baltimore Avenue.

    With the exception of the bank (proposed about 2005), the City Council supported all other projects that had such issues.

  2. Pingback: College Park self-storage facility moves ahead | Route 1 Reporter

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