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Prince George’s planning and parks agency pays $75M for Largo offices, part of HQ consolidation soon to begin

May 16, 2023

Prince George’s planning and parks agency is moving forward with plans to consolidate its headquarters in Largo, which the county envisions as a burgeoning downtown, having recently acquired two office buildings there from the Maryland state government and University of Maryland Global Campus. The powerful agency, which oversees the county’s critical land use regulatory function and has a $778 million budget for the present fiscal year, will move some 800 employees to Largo from several offices it owns or leases in Upper Marlboro, Riverdale and Greenbelt.

Article Source: Washington Business Journal

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