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Old 09-07-2014, 11:04 AM
 
Location: Central PG County
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New Development in PG County are going to be apart of a much larger plan. Capitol Heights, Forrestville, District Heights are going to be transforming over the next few years. Thanks to the new Westphilia Development project, this will be the biggest expansion since the National Harbor. I'm a real estate agent working with the new builders Dan Ryan Builder & Mid Atlantic Builder in this new area the 1st phase has already begun.
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Old 09-07-2014, 02:10 PM
 
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New Development in PG County are going to be apart of a much larger plan. Capitol Heights, Forrestville, District Heights are going to be transforming over the next few years. Thanks to the new Westphilia Development project, this will be the biggest expansion since the National Harbor. I'm a real estate agent working with the new builders Dan Ryan Builder & Mid Atlantic Builder in this new area the 1st phase has already begun.
I heard Oxon Hill might develop as well, due to the Casino, etc. What do you think?
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Old 09-08-2014, 07:10 AM
 
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New Development in PG County are going to be apart of a much larger plan. Capitol Heights, Forrestville, District Heights are going to be transforming over the next few years. Thanks to the new Westphilia Development project, this will be the biggest expansion since the National Harbor. I'm a real estate agent working with the new builders Dan Ryan Builder & Mid Atlantic Builder in this new area the 1st phase has already begun.
I really, really doubt it will happen sooner than a decade. There are a lot of projects on the table right now that are just starting. Those areas haven't really had a lot of major long term planning like Oxon Hill, College Park, Laurel, Hyattsville and some of the other parts of PG have had. Then you have places like Suitland that have had projects on the tables for years that lost stream because of the economy. I believe they are going to redevelop those areas but it's going to take time. Out of the 3 of them Capitol Heights has the most potential since it has two metro stations already in place and it's right next to DC.
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Old 09-08-2014, 08:57 AM
 
Location: It's in the name!
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I heard Oxon Hill might develop as well, due to the Casino, etc. What do you think?
Well, seeing as there is no mass transit in Oxon hill, not anytime soon. The county is pushing development near its 15 metro stations. Once mass transit comes to NH and Oxon Hill, then I can see Oxon Hill start to develop at a good pace. Other than NH, I haven't heard of any development plans for the rest of Oxon Hill.
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Old 09-08-2014, 11:46 AM
 
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Oxon Hill residents commend county improvements -- Gazette.Net

Living in the oxon hill area of 20744 the little things have been noticeable. Brand new oxon hill high with new attendance boundaries excluding those inside beltway oxon hill adresses...done for a reason imo. Brand new south county tech rec. Newly renovated Allentown splash park. Repaved parking lot oxon hill plaza and new sidewalks on oxon hill rd from beltway exit 4 down to 3. Pg.county is definitely putting more than usual effort into the area outside NH

QUOTE=adelphi_sky;36409825]Well, seeing as there is no mass transit in Oxon hill, not anytime soon. The county is pushing development near its 15 metro stations. Once mass transit comes to NH and Oxon Hill, then I can see Oxon Hill start to develop at a good pace. Other than NH, I haven't heard of any development plans for the rest of Oxon Hill.[/quote]
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Old 09-08-2014, 11:58 AM
 
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Oxon Hill residents commend county improvements -- Gazette.Net

Living in the oxon hill area of 20744 the little things have been noticeable. Brand new oxon hill high with new attendance boundaries excluding those inside beltway oxon hill adresses...done for a reason imo. Brand new south county tech rec. Newly renovated Allentown splash park. Repaved parking lot oxon hill plaza and new sidewalks on oxon hill rd from beltway exit 4 down to 3. Pg.county is definitely putting more than usual effort into the area outside NH

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Well, seeing as there is no mass transit in Oxon hill, not anytime soon. The county is pushing development near its 15 metro stations. Once mass transit comes to NH and Oxon Hill, then I can see Oxon Hill start to develop at a good pace. Other than NH, I haven't heard of any development plans for the rest of Oxon Hill.
It is good that the county is improving the infrastructure and public spaces, but I was speaking more of private commercial infill development.
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Old 09-08-2014, 12:19 PM
 
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It is good that the county is improving the infrastructure and public spaces, but I was speaking more of private commercial infill development.
Waiting on 24 hr gym chipotle and movie theater. And life shall be good lol. Im often on redfin looking at recent sales and i noticed empty lots being bought recently in the area. May be smart to do and sale once things pick up more.
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Old 09-08-2014, 08:17 PM
 
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Oxon Hill residents commend county improvements -- Gazette.Net

Living in the oxon hill area of 20744 the little things have been noticeable. Brand new oxon hill high with new attendance boundaries excluding those inside beltway oxon hill adresses...done for a reason imo. Brand new south county tech rec. Newly renovated Allentown splash park. Repaved parking lot oxon hill plaza and new sidewalks on oxon hill rd from beltway exit 4 down to 3. Pg.county is definitely putting more than usual effort into the area outside NH
20744 = Fort Washington

Bolded part is also Fort Washington but Oxon Hill is definitely getting some attention too
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Old 09-08-2014, 08:35 PM
 
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20744 = Fort Washington

Bolded part is also Fort Washington but Oxon Hill is definitely getting some attention too
I am well aware that my zip is.fort.washington. goodle.maps and the.manority.who.care.le'm ss of.the.zip.will.consider.the.areas.I.said.such.as. bock.rd where.the.tech rec.is.oxon hill even though.it.carries.a.ft.wash zip. Same as.u.will.see online many places that.national harbor is.in.ft.wash.when.all.the.adresses.have a.20745 oxon hill.zip. even national harbors.facebook.says.ft.wash.but.has.a..zip. its alllllll the.same. area with in 5.miles.from the.harbor. point.is.i.live.on.a.border.mesh.of.areas..and.thi s.is.what ive.seen. take away.that.the Immediate areas.surronding.the harbor .
Are.improving rather it be 20744 or.20745 its all.good. yes.I know.about the million periods.
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Old 09-08-2014, 08:45 PM
 
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I am well aware that my zip is.fort.washington. goodle.maps and the.manority.who.care.le'm ss of.the.zip.will.consider.the.areas.I.said.such.as. bock.rd where.the.tech rec.is.oxon hill even though.it.carries.a.ft.wash zip. Same as.u.will.see online many places that.national harbor is.in.ft.wash.when.all.the.adresses.have a.20745 oxon hill.zip. even national harbors.facebook.says.ft.wash.but.has.a..zip. its alllllll the.same. area with in 5.miles.from the.harbor. point.is.i.live.on.a.border.mesh.of.areas..and.thi s.is.what ive.seen. take away.that.the Immediate areas.surronding.the harbor .
Are.improving rather it be 20744 or.20745 its all.good. yes.I know.about the million periods.
I meant no disrespect but I know that people come on here to research different areas and I just don't want people to confuse the two areas. It is true that some times people say that parts of National Harbor is in Fort Washington, but that isn't really accurate either. Although they do have their similarities I believe Fort Washington and Oxon Hill have a lot of differences and continue to as they develop.
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