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Old 12-29-2007, 02:38 PM
 
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I was trolling around the inter-tubes and came across these links for two LARGE separate Hyattsville developments that are in various stages of completion:

http://www.universitytowncenter.net/...ctive_map.html

http://www.flickr.com/photos/thecourtyard/sets/72157603455865099/show/ (broken link)

The size and quality of the developments were jaw-dropping. I always thought of Hyattsville as a bellwether city for Prince Georges, so for me It is good to see this kind of vision there.

-LE
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Old 05-22-2017, 06:32 PM
 
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Time to wake up a sleeping thread. Right now, Hyattsville's information is being spread thin between several threads including PG Plaza Development, RT 1, etc but it's time to consolidate information so that it can be more conveniently found. Development news in Hyattsville is abundant, from West Hyattsville metro, to PG Plaza and UTC, to the Arts District.

For the breaking news, Pizza Paradiso and Art Works Now are expected to open by late June.

You've got several mixed use developments including editor's park, the municipal building, the riverfront at west hyattsville, and most recently The Railyard Apts.

The Edition at Kiplinger | Hyattsville, MD - Official Website
Riverfront at West Hyattsville Metro | Hyattsville, MD - Official Website
4310 Gallatin Street Redevelopment | Hyattsville, MD - Official Website
https://www.bisnow.com/washington-dc...ttsville-72726

Just a run of things off the top of my head that are or have recently happened in Hyattsville, the Library is closed and is expect to reopen in 2 years, PG plaza is remodeling and expected to finish in December, Deitz Park has added new playground equipment, Vigilante has expanded it's storefront and it's service, Hyattsville became a Sanctuary city, DeMatha's own Markelle Fultz is expected to be drafted #1 overall in the upcoming NBA draft...I'm sure I'm missing things, but that's what this is for, share and discuss.

Good sources of information:
http://hyattsvillelife.com/
http://hyattsville.org/
https://twitter.com/HyattsvilleMD?re...Ctwgr%5Eauthor
https://www.hyattsvillewire.com/

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Old 05-23-2017, 12:27 PM
 
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Here's the Pizza Paradiso opening story

https://www.hyattsvillewire.com/2017...-opening-june/
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Old 05-23-2017, 12:57 PM
 
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So they are trying to redevelop West Hyattsville. Going to be interesting to see how that goes.
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Old 05-23-2017, 01:49 PM
 
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So they are trying to redevelop West Hyattsville. Going to be interesting to see how that goes.
I think between now nd 2007 something has changed!
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Old 05-23-2017, 02:08 PM
 
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So they are trying to redevelop West Hyattsville. Going to be interesting to see how that goes.
Why would it be interesting? I know plenty of neighborhoods in DC that I didn't think I would ever see white people. There are neighborhoods in DC that when I was a teen I was even afraid to go to at night, now those areas are unrecognizable.

I see the redevelopment of West Hyattsville as inevitable. Especially given the cheaper land values east of DC.

I keep saying the inner-suburbs of PG are ripe for redevelopment and slight gentrification. If the Purple Line ever gets built, look for those activities to accelerate.
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Old 05-23-2017, 02:27 PM
 
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Why would it be interesting? I know plenty of neighborhoods in DC that I didn't think I would ever see white people. There are neighborhoods in DC that when I was a teen I was even afraid to go to at night, now those areas are unrecognizable.

I see the redevelopment of West Hyattsville as inevitable. Especially given the cheaper land values east of DC.

I keep saying the inner-suburbs of PG are ripe for redevelopment and slight gentrification. If the Purple Line ever gets built, look for those activities to accelerate.
More the fact that many Hispanic immigrants might get displaced. Wonder where they might eventually end up.
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Old 05-23-2017, 02:30 PM
 
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they need to start with pg mall. the immigrants will immigrate somwere else.
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Old 05-23-2017, 02:40 PM
 
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Why would it be interesting? I know plenty of neighborhoods in DC that I didn't think I would ever see white people. There are neighborhoods in DC that when I was a teen I was even afraid to go to at night, now those areas are unrecognizable.

I see the redevelopment of West Hyattsville as inevitable. Especially given the cheaper land values east of DC.

I keep saying the inner-suburbs of PG are ripe for redevelopment and slight gentrification. If the Purple Line ever gets built, look for those activities to accelerate.
Yep, every metro station north of the NE DC border is getting redeveloped slowly but surely...after the metro stops themselves are developed, the areas sandwiched between them will likely follow.
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Old 05-23-2017, 03:01 PM
 
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they need to start with pg mall. the immigrants will immigrate somwere else.
I believe it's getting a face lift.
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