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.
A large planned mixed-use redevelopment in downtown Hyattsville could get approval much quicker than might be expected. At the Oct. 1, 2018 Hyattsville City Council meeting, Hyattsville planning and economic development staff said the proposed Hyattsville Armory Apartments might meet all the necessary zoning requirements to bypass what is called...
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