Current Redevelopment Projects

RFQ to Develop a Retirement Community at Abandoned 60-Acre Historic Hospital Site

The Redevelopment Authority of Prince George's County (RDA) is looking for a qualified real estate developer interested in turning an abandoned 60-acre historic hospital site in Glenn Dale, MD into a viable continuing care retirement community (CCRC).  The RDA is issuing the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) on behalf of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), the current owner of the Glenn Dale Hospital site.  The following is a summary of the Request for Qualifications (RFQ), the RFQ, Exhibits and Forms necessary to respond to the RFQ:


210 Maryland Park Drive 


Community MPD Presentation

February 10, 2016 Final

Community MPD Presentation February 10 2016 Final.pdfCommunity MPD Presentation February 10 2016 Final.pdf

 This project will create a luxury flagship development within walking distance to the Capitol Heights Metro Station.  The RDA, in partnership with Community First Development Corporation, will construct market rate mult-family residential units, some for sale town homes, and street level retail space on the four acre site.  The project is currently in the predevelopment stage.

Glenarden Apartments 

The Landover Gateway Sector Plan envisions the Glenarden Apartments site as a new mixed use, mixed income community. Once the existing vacant buildings have been demolished, a complete redevelopment is proposed with affordable for sale townhouses and senior housing complimented by market rate housing and 25,000 square feet of commercial/retail space. Demolition is scheduled to begin in the fall of 2014 with the new construction starting in 2016. 

Glenarden Apartments Community.pdf

The Glenarden Apartment Redevelopment
Sector Plan

4100 Rhode Island Avenue

This 2.4 acre site offers excellent accessibility and visibility along the Rhode Island Avenue corridor in the Town of Brentwood. With dramatic topography and mixed use zoning, this property is ideally suited to support residential development above ground retail uses. This redevelopment will support the objectives articulated in the Gateway Arts District and Brentwood plans completed by the Maryland National Park and Planning Commission.

Studio 3807

The Redevelopment Authority selected Landex as the developer for 3807 Rhode Island Avenue. The project is located on one of the prime retail sites within the Town of Brentwood and the Gateway Arts District. The redevelopment plan includes demolishing the three existing vacant buildings and replacing them with a mixed use building with 6,000 square feet of commercial and retail space on the ground floor and 147 residential units on the upper floors. The project is expected to break ground in the Summer of 2015.   

Suitland Manor Project

The Suitland Manor redevelopment is a 22 acre site within ½ mile of the Suitland Metro Station, located near the Census Bureau. The project is well positioned to take advantage of the over 14,000 Federal workers nearby. The County spent nearly $48 million to acquire the former Suitland Manor, assist tenants with relocation expenses to move to more suitable locations, and demolish the vacant structures. The vision for the site is a walkable, sustainable, transit oriented, mixed use, Town Center with 700 housing units and 76,000 square feet of retail.

The Redevelopment Authority anticipates completing the land entitlement planning by the Summer of 2015.

May 2015 Presentation
March 2015 Suitland Town Center Presentation
Suitland Town Center Development Project

3300 block of Rhode Island Avenue

The Menkiti Group was selected the developer of this block of three small abandoned commercial buildings in Mount Rainier, MD. The proposed development consists of 12 residential units, a café operated by Joe Englert, an Annie’s Ace Hardware Store, and office space for Recreative Spaces. Construction is anticipated to begin the Fall of 2015.

Prince George's African American Museum and Cultural Center  PGAfro-Amer Museum.jpg

The Redevelopment Authority is providing funding to construct the Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center (PGAAMCC). This 10,000 square foot facility will be a linchpin in the North Brentwood community. The administrative office is located at 4519 Rhode Island Avenue, North Brentwood, MD.

Center Features

  1. A Black Box theater space that can be easily converted via manual movable bleachers and decorative curtain backdrops to a 2,000 sq. foot Events Space that could host events for up to 350 people.

  2. Approximately 6-800 sq. feet of space for a caterer ready kitchen.

  3. Gallery space (4,000 sq. feet) with movable walls on wheels that allow flexible delineation of permanent and temporary exhibits.

  4. Office space for 4 curatorial staff and an events manager (1,000 sq. feet).

Construction is set to begin October 2013.  To be taken to the Museum's website, click here.

Point at Cheverly

This 2.85 acre site near the junction of Route 202 and Route 450, offers stunning views of the nation’s capital. The proposed project includes 244 luxury condominiums with structured parking. Community amenities include a swimming pool, on site fitness center and community lounge for entertaining.

A date for the ground breaking has not yet been determined.