Hyattsville Armory redevelopment gets warm reception


Courtesy/Urban Investment Partners

A street-level rendering depicting Hyattsville Armory Apartments, a 285-unit mixed-use proposed redevelopment of a 400-foot stretch of Baltimore Avenue in downtown Hyattsville.

The early reviews are in: Hyattsville's elected leaders – and a smattering of public-commenters – appear broadly receptive to a proposed redevelopment of a potentially prime section of downtown Baltimore Avenue. Dubbed the Hyattsville Armory apartments, the proposed $100 million mixed-use redevelopment would demolish several several long-abandoned structures to build...
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