Metro reveals new details of controversial College Park land sale


Michael Theis/Route 1 Reporter

This property in southern College Park, just north of the Riverdale Park Station redevelopment, is for sale. Some nearby residents want local officials to purchase it to preserve the land as green space.

The controversial – and not-yet realized - sale of a Metro-owned plot of land on Route 1 is part of a larger effort by the regional transit agency to capitalize on its property assets. This week, officials with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Administration revealed they hope to sell...
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