From our Year-End 2015 Newsletter: Renovations at our home-to-be at Farragut Street are ongoing: with the basement newly waterproofed we’re dreaming of introducing a new workshop, new storm windows will go up in […]Read more
Help turn our satellite dish into stellar public art: In addition to restoring the 4314 Farragut Street we also wish to repurpose an inoperable satellite disk that isn’t exactly beautifying the property.
Sponsored by HyCDC and the Prince George’s Arts & Humanities Council, we will work with local artist, Alan Binstock, to add his own flare to the dish that makes it interesting, yet commemorates the history of the building; turning this small piece of blight into a head-turning beacon.
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Hyattsville CDC is making strides towards the completion of our new offices and the rehabilitation of 4314 Farragut Street! A new roof has been installed, complemented by improvements to the […]Read more
We were thrilled to work on transforming a satellite dish into public art with College Park Scholars last Fri! #FutureView is a project of the Hyattsville Community Development Corporation – […]Read more
Help turn our satellite dish into stellar public art In addition to restoring the 4314 Farragut Street we also wish to repurpose an inoperable satellite disk that isn’t exactly beautifying […]Read more
Were restoring 4314 Farragut Street into a new home for the Hyattsville CDC and its non-profit affiliates serving the area. We need a new name to dedicate the restored building. […]Read more
We are currently in the process of restoring our new home on 4314 Farragut Street. Once the location of the first Cable TV franchise in Prince George’s County and Storer […]Read more
Farragut Street house eyed for new offices of community development group. By Michael Theis (View FULL STORY online on Patch) A deteriorating building which was once the home of […]Read more