The Historic Glenn Dale Hospital Campus is undergoing a master-planning process for its adaptive reuse and is currently seeking community input on its future.
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GLENN DALE HOSPITAL CAMPUS
Over the years, County Council members Todd M. Turner, Dannielle M. Glaros, Andrea C. Harrison, and Jolene Ivey have worked with staff at the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) and the Prince George’s County Redevelopment Authority to pursue the redevelopment of the historic 60-acre Glenn Dale Hospital campus, which is owned by M-NCPPC.
In June 2017, under the guidance of the County’s Redevelopment Authority, a team led by The Alexander Company – a national leader in historic preservation and adaptive reuse, was selected to purse the redevelopment of the Glenn Dale Hospital Campus as a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC).
In August 2017 M-NCPPC entered into an agreement with The Alexander Company to begin the feasibility study. Upon completion of the study in 2018, it was determined that a CCRC use was not feasible, though it was clear the community still desired a senior housing option for the site. County Council members, with the support of redevelopment advocates through the Glenn Dale community, worked to change the legislation mandating a CCRC development; the restriction was lifted in 2019.
Today, the planning team, led by The Alexander Company and including more than a dozen consulting firms, is currently seeking community input on the future of the Glenn Dale Hospital redevelopment site.