Near the Branch Avenue Metro station in Prince George’s County, Maryland, there are plans for a brand new retail center that is expected to bring a myriad of restaurants and retailers to the region, as reported by Washington Business Journal. The 35,000-square-foot project will open around 2020, right by the planned Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) facility at One Capital Gateway Drive.
In the retail center, there is expected to be a convenience store, drug store, dry cleaner, and retailers “similar to Taylor Gourmet, Subway, Red Maple Restaurant, 7-[Eleven], Bon Chon, California Tortilla, Panda Express, Peet's Coffee & Tea, Potbelly, Sweetgreen, Paisano's, Belles Bistro, Nigiri Sushi, Uncle Julio's, and Emory's Burgers & Bourbon,” according to lease terms acquired by Washington Business Journal.
The CIS facility will span 574,767 square feet and is expected to save the federal government $21.4 million in annual lease savings.
There are no renderings released yet on the planned retail center by the CIS facility.
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