Developer eyes downtown College Park for student housing, retail



Located 180 feet west of the intersection of Baltimore Avenue and Knox Road, a developer plans to build 340 new student housing units and 32,000 square feet of retail.

A developer wants to demolish a downtown College Park shopping center on Knox Road to build 340 student apartments, according to planning documents filed with Prince George’s County.
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3 thoughts on “Developer eyes downtown College Park for student housing, retail

  1. The picture accompanying the article is not where College Park Bicycles is located. That area is a 7-11, Losta Pizza, the UPS Store, and Krazi Kabob among other eateries.

    • Actually! This was the location of College Park Bicycles for most of its existence. It used to be located where Lotsa Pizza is.

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