The College Park City-University Partnership is pleased to announce that Capitol Title will offer homebuyers using the Partnership’s Homeownership Program a $500.00 closing cost credit off Settlement Fees if they use Capitol Title and purchase an Owner’s Title Insurance Policy.
The College Park City-University Partnership announced today a new donation program to increase community support of its Homeownership Program. Donations will strengthen university community, support College Park Homeownership. A 50 percent tax credit may be available in addition to a
On October 26, 2016 the City-University Partnership’s Homeownership Program received an award from the Community Development Network of Maryland for Significant Community Development Impact. The Community Development Network of Maryland is a statewide network made up of over 180 member
The city of College Park was honored at the Sustainable Maryland Awards Ceremony at the Maryland Municipal League’s annual Fall Conference this October. College Park was one of the first eight municipalities to receive the award in 2013, and is
Made possible through a Community Legacy grant from Maryland’s Department of Housing and Community Development and matching grants from the University of Maryland and City of College Park, the City-University Partnership is pleased to release this annual report of the
A new step is being taken in College Park to better connect the University of Maryland with its surrounding research partners and the community, as well as to promote an easier wayfinding system for visitors and residents to access the
The College Park City-University Partnership’s Annual Report details accomplishments in the five core strategy areas outlined to achieve the University District Vision 2020 and looks ahead to our work in 2016 and beyond. The College Park City-University Partnership is pleased
In another step toward realizing the 2020 University District Vision for a more thriving and revitalized community, the long-vacant Koon’s Ford showroom will be razed to make way for redevelopment that will bring 156 hotel rooms, jobs, and retail, and