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3 reasons to buy in Suitland!!!

Updated: Nov 6, 2020

Three reasons to buy in Suitland: Towne Square at Suitland Federal Center. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. Location! Location! Location!

Towne Square at Suitland Federal Center. The Redevelopment Authority of Prince George’s County is acting as the Master Developer in redeveloping dilapidated properties on this site in Suitland. Located at Suitland and Silver Hill Roads, a mixed-used town center is finally taking shape. Suitland Federal Center is steps away from Suitland Metro Station. Suitland Federal Center is home to federal agencies such as the US Census Bureau, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Bureau of Economic Analysis, and Office of Naval Intelligence. Ryan Homes began selling the first phase of townhomes within the past year, starting in the high $200,000s and steadily increasing to the mid $300,000s. Once completed, Towne Square will have a total of 1,121 residential units, including two (2) single-family detached homes, 219 townhomes, 900 apartments, 80,000 square feet of retail space, 50,000 square foot performing arts center, and neighborhood parks.

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. This federal government agency will consolidate and relocate from Washington, DC in 2020, to Branch Avenue Metro Station. This will add 3,200 federal employees to Suitland. Employees will be looking for a place to shop, eat, live, and play. Neighboring Allure Apollo, a 384-unit apartment building, was recently completed by Developer Peter Schwartz. The next phase of Peter Schwartz’ development includes Restaurant Row, with tenants such as, Uncle Julio’s, Sweetgreen, California Tortilla, and Peet’s Coffee and Tea.

Location! Location! Location! Suitland borders Washington, DC, affording great access via Branch Avenue, Southern Avenue, Pennsylvania Avenue, Suitland Road or Suitland Parkway. Suitland’s affordability provides an opportunity for first-time homebuyers or buyers who prefer city living without paying DC home prices. Residents have access to Giant grocery stores at Shops at District Heights and Marlow Heights Shopping Center. The Green Line serves the Suitland community including stops at Branch Avenue, Suitland, and Naylor Road Metro Stations. Just last month, Transwestern Mid-Atlantic Multifamily Group, recently purchased both Ashton Heights, a 283-unit apartment building, and Capital Crossing, a 359-unit garden-style apartment community in Suitland along Southern Avenue. Suitland is feeling the economic impact of DC’s saturated housing market. The demographics are changing and properties are selling fast! People are discovering Suitland!!

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