Westphalia Town Center, courtesy of the Walton Group of Cos.
The 310-acre Westphalia Town Center will ultimately feature residential, retail, office and hotel space.
Walton Westphalia Development Corp. just received good news pertaining to its 310-acre Westphalia Town Center project in Upper Marlboro, Md., just outside Washington, D.C. In a unanimous vote, the Prince George’s County Council gave the green light for the formation of the Westphalia Town Center Development District and the Westphalia Town Center special taxing district.
“This is a very positive and exciting development for the corporation and the Westphalia project and will significantly assist in the financing of the development thereof,” as was noted in a press release issued by Walton Westphalia.
Ground broke on Westphalia Town Center in 2013 with clearing and grading activities in preparation for Phase I, which will feature 745 residential units, including 400 apartments and 345 townhomes; 300,000 square feet of retail space; and a 110-key hotel. Residences are the first segment of the multi-faceted project to sprout up, courtesy of NVR Inc., parent company of Ryan Homes, and Haverford Homes.
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