What’s planned for the property?
  • The property is only about 12 acres – very limited for commercial development which must also include parking, stormwater management, green space and landscaping. The developer has designed a multi-use development that incorporates some of the Charette recommendations from 2013 that include:
    • Walkable network of streets, a connection to a wide variety of housing within a five-minute walk, a range of retail options, detailed central public space (“pocket park”) and an entertainment/hospitality option, with extensive landscaping.
    • No tenant lists are available at this time.

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1. What’s planned for the property?
2. Who is the developer for the project?
3. Can you tell me what type of commercial development will take place – residential, restaurants, big box, medical, gas station, etc.?
4. How much square feet of development will fit there?
5. What is the economic impact of the project?
6. When will construction start and when will it finish?
7. Who are the principals of Generation Properties and Westmoreland Partners?
8. Whom can I speak with about the project?
9. Why doesn’t the county develop the project on its own?
10. Why was this property sold?
11. Why wasn’t it advertised for sale?
12. How was the price determined?
13. When was the old Calvert Middle School torn down?
14. What zoning changes are required?
15. There’s already a lot of commercial development taking place in Prince Frederick; how will this project tie into or take away from that development?
16. How will this project be undertaken while the Prince Frederick Town Center Zoning Ordinance is still being developed?
17. How will this project affect traffic and transportation?
18. How will public transportation fit in with the bus transfer station?
19. Will the Armory Building be part of the project? If not, what will happen to that?
20. Why wasn’t an RFP required to solicit input from other developers?