Good or bad, Prince George’s may dodge HQ2 impacts


Michael Theis/Route 1 Reporter

A Branch Avenue-bound Green Line train pulls into College Park Metro Station.

Crystal City’s selection as one of two new offices for Amazon’s much-ballyhooed HQ2 search has been made official. And while Prince George’s County was long-ago dismissed from consideration for the project, Crystal City's selection will still have an impact on Prince George’s County, according to a paper released earlier this...
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