Construction Management

HyCDC provides Construction Project Management with select municipalities and non-profit organizations. Construction Management is the overall planning, coordination and control of a project from inception to completion aimed at meeting a client’s requirements in order to produce a functionally and financially viable project that will be complete.

Select HyCDC projects are listed below. For more information on each project's status, or for a project not listed here, please give us a call to inquire.


ARTways Trail Signage

The Hyattsville CDC is seeking to design, build, and install sculptural signage kiosks along trails in our area to promote trail usage, connectivity between local commercial centers, and increase the visibility of public art along trailways. The pilot project, funded in part by the Maryland Heritage Area Authority, will produce 3 pieces, to be installed along to-be-determined locations along the Rhode Island Avenue Trolley Trail.

4516 & 4510 41st Avenue

The Town of North Brentwood is planning the rehabilitation of 4516 41st Avenue (formerly Sis’s Tavern and Baby Dee’s) and the reuse and redevelopment of both 4510 and 4516 41st Avenue parcels. In this phase, the Town has directed the Hyattsville CDC to conduct and oversee a Feasibility Analysis for the renovation of the building, and provide a comprehensive assessment of redevelopment options in order for the Town to devise a Redevelopment Plan for both properties. The desire to preserve, reuse and repurpose Sis’s Tavern as an historic asset gives this project a strong cultural heritage component.

4314 Farragut Street Renovation

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 Cable, the Hyattsville CDC is repurposing this 2-story bungalow to serve Hyattsville and the Gateway Arts District's revitalization goals. The property will house the CDC's programs, the Creative Edge Studio of Prince George's County, and one artist-in-residence.

The Arcade

No Longer Active:
The Hyattsville CDC served as the City of Hyattsville's project lead and construction manager for the renovation and construction of a 14,000 square foot municipal performing arts and community center in the preserved shell of an historic, former silent movie theater at 4318 Gallatin Street. In 2015, the City of Hyattsville leased the property to Pyramid Atlantic, a local arts center. The facility was planned by the City of Hyattsville to ultimately serve many functions: a 230-seat performance space serving the City of Hyattsville and all of the Gateway Arts District; a Heritage Tourism Visitor'’s Center for the Anacostia Trails Heritage Area; new meeting space for Hyattsville residents, civic groups, and the Mayor and City Council; a state-of-the-art classroom/training center for City employees; and a small conference and event hosting capacity.