College Park, Riverdale Park Join Support of Route 1 Market Study

Data drawn from the study, which is being administered by the Hyattsville Community Development Corporation, will help measure demand for services and spending trends along the corridor from south of I-495 through the Gateway Arts District. By Sarah Nemeth (view article online on Patch)

Riverdale Park and College Park have decided to toss their hats into the ring of support for the Route 1 Market Study catalyzed by a Hyattsville development group. College Park was the third municipality along the corridor to jump on board with the study. Hyattsville agreed in September to participate, and the University Park Town Council said it would participate if two other municipalities also did. Riverdale Park joined the group on Oct. 14. All four communities have pledged $5,000 to the study, which is projected to cost $25,000 in all.

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