$50M Laurel Hospital expansion, 230 townhomes approved by P.G. Planning Board

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Renderings show plans for a new Laurel Hospital facility, the layout of a Bowie townhome project, and the facades of a Brandywine townhome development

Prince George’s County Planning Board approved several notable development applications during its May 14, 2020, meeting. Among the approvals include detailed site plans for two townhome projects, one in Bowie, one in Brandywine, with a total of 231 units, preliminary plans for another townhome development in Clinton, and preliminary...
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