Transforming the Branch Avenue Corridor in Prince George’s County


Cunningham | Quill Architects is working on the Central Branch Avenue Corridor Revitalization Sector Plan with Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission (Prince George’s County). In a recent article from The Washington Post, the Branch Avenue corridor was described as the definition of suburban sprawl “with strip malls and large parking lots lining the thoroughfare.” As part of the efforts for the revitalization plan, the CQA Team envisions the corridor as a transit-oriented, walkable downtown area and has been leading charrette workshops to ensure community involvement. The next workshop will be held on July 20th at 6:30 pm at Francis T. Evans Elementary School, and will focus on the Coventry Way area.

To read the complete article from The Washington Post, please see Officials Seek to Transform Branch Avenue Corridor.