On October 14, 2021, the planning team shared four conceptual plans for the redevelopment and adaptive reuse of the historic Glenn Dale Hospital campus, and continues to seek valuable community input on the exciting future of this site. It is our continued commitment to ensure that you – our neighbors, have the opportunity to share your ideas and feedback about this redevelopment.
If you were unable to attend the meeting, didn’t have an opportunity to share feedback, or simply prefer additional time to digest the information shared, we are providing an overview of the four conceptual plans below.
Concept One: Low Intensity Plan
This plan places an emphasis on minimizing density and impacts on the historic context, as well as providing the ability to create a senior-oriented “age in place” community.
Concept Two: Ownership Focused Plan
This plan heightens home-ownership opportunities, yet still provides a diverse variety of multi-generational and mixed-income options on site.
Concept Three: Community Hub Plan
This plan maximizes campus livability and delivers a higher density and street organization that provides additional opportunities for non-residential uses.
Concept Four: Mixed Housing Plan
This plan prioritizes a variety of housing types that serve multiple generations and income levels.
What We Need From You:
Please take a moment to share your thoughts, feelings, and questions by completing this brief survey by clicking here, or pasting this link into your browser: https://forms.gle/ErQyd3gWUfPfWKAWA
What You May Expect Next From Us:
We will spend the next several weeks assessing the feedback you have shared and answering your questions. The feedback received will be used to create one ideal plan concept. That plan concept will then go through a review process involving elected officials, civic leaders, and historic preservation groups, followed by another public community meeting.
In the short-term, you may expect to receive an update within the next 30 days sharing the feedback received in addition to frequently asked questions along with their answers.
We thank you for taking the time to attend the recent community meeting, and for continuing to share your valuable feedback with us.