Student housing planned for College Park Burger King site


Collage of Google Streetview Images/Route 1 Reporter

On the top: The blue-roofed College Park Burger King on Baltimore Avenue. On the bottom: Its neighbor to the south, a white, abandoned drive-through fast-food restaurant.

College Park's midtown stretch of Baltimore Avenue continues to redevelop, as a prominent real estate investment company has dropped nearly $30 million on two properties upon which it plans to build a student housing project, according to city officials.
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