Riverdale Park Station
“Riverdale Park is a transformative development project …” — Rushern Baker III, Prince George’s County Executive
This plan has 160,000 square feet of commercial space, including shops, restaurants, Whole Foods Market, and Gold’s Gym; 22,000 square feet of offices; and 1,000 residential units. MV+A is involved with numerous components of the project, undertaking expanded roles such as architect for the completed Whole Foods Market building and interiors, as well as four additional commercial buildings that are currently under construction, and one of five planned multifamily buildings. Additionally, MV+A is the design architect for the 119 townhouses that are currently under construction. Riverdale Park Station also features several parks, children’s play spaces, public art, bike share, and bike lanes and is already taking shape as a gathering place for the local community.
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