Seeking ‘year-round’ residents, College Park eyes tax relief for redevelopment


Michael Theis/Route 1 Reporter

The Quality Inn at the intersection of Calvert Road and Baltimore Avenue in downtown College Park.

College Park City Council appears broadly supportive of a new tax abatement scheme designed to bring market-rate apartment housing – and hopefully more "year-round residents" – to the city's downtown Baltimore Avenue corridor. College Park City Council will consider two measures at its Sept. 25, 2018, meeting; one would create...
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