Already, Prince George’s County has invested $48 million in acquiring and demolishing dilapidated structures in Suitland, $1.5 million for the land-use process, and $1.3 million for civil engineering, as reported by BisNow. Now, there are new plans to invest another $52 million over the next two years in order to construct a mixed-use town center.
BisNow reported that Prince George’s County hopes to find development partners to sell "finished lots." The project will feature three market-rate, multi-family buildings with a total of 1,118 residential units. There will also be 80,000 square feet of retail, a senior living property, 219 townhomes, and two single-family detached houses. There will also be community parks.
Groundbreaking is slated for 2017 with vertical construction by 2018. There are no reports yet as to when the delivery is expected.