Coffee shops are the powerhouses of any college town, but not every town can boast its own bagel shop that offers classic New York style bagels. Bagels ‘n Grinds, located in The Hotel At The University of Maryland, offers bagels,
On the intersection of Baltimore and College Avenue, there lies a mind and body sanctuary for yoga enthusiasts. Since its opening in November 2016, Numi has served as a yoga community for University of Maryland students, faculty, and residents in
There’s a new restaurant attracting residents, visitors, students, professors, and professionals in the area. Old Maryland Grill is the new go-to for a date night, business lunch, and everything in between. Situated right across the University of Maryland, in The
The Outdoor Performance Series is a weekly outdoor performance series that supports the vision of a sustainable, walkable, vibrant top-20 college town. It is a collaboration between the College Park City-University Partnership, the University Office of Community Engagement, College Park
The first custom-built house in the new “pocket neighborhood” in Old Town College Park is complete and occupied. These seven houses will be owner-occupied, and the hope is to attract university staff and faculty to put down roots in the
There are a lot of new businesses, places to visit and things to do in College Park! Want to stay updated on what’s happening on in College Park? Click here to explore the latest news on local businesses!
In Spring 2017, the Partnership sponsored a real estate market and redevelopment study of the mid-town section of College Park, from Lakeland Road to MD-193. A multi-disciplinary team was formed by University Professors Dr. Margaret MacFarland (Real Estate) and Dr.
The College Park City-University Partnership was awarded $150,000 from the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) through a Community Legacy Grant. Funding for the Partnership’s award-winning Homeownership Program is also supported by matching grants from the City of
The College Park City-University Partnership, working in collaboration with the College Park Arts Exchange, the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, the University of Maryland’s School of Music, and the City of College Park, launched the Outdoor Performance Series this past
The Partnership’s greatest asset is its networking capability. Here are some useful College Park and University resources for our community: The University Office of Real Estate The Office of Real Estate at the University of Maryland works to support the economic growth