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Links 1 through 10 of 25 by South Laurel Views tagged brick_yard

Jackson-Shaw has kicked off the next phase of residential development at Brickyard Station, a 63-acre, master-planned, transit-oriented community in Beltsville, MD.
The developer recently completed the sale of approximately eight acres to JLB Partners for the construction of 433 Class A multifamily units at Brickyard Station. In addition, Ryland Homes is beginning
construction on its model homes, in anticipation of developing more than 400 single-family homes and town homes in the community.

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Several local families were able to visit that home Saturday through an event held by the Prince George's County Historical Society and the Laurel Historical Society. The 41-acre area just southeast of the intersection at Contee Road and Route 1 was dedicated in 2009 by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission as Dinosaur Park. "This is the most important fossil hunting site east of the Mississippi River," said Peter Kranz, a paleontologist who works at the park. Dinosaur Park features three large signs explaining the history of dinosaurs that lived in the area, including Maryland's state dinosaur, Astrodon johnstoni, whose bones were found at the park in 1991. The part of the park with the signs is open to the public all the time, but the three-acre, fenced-in area that contains the deposit where people can search for fossils and dinosaur bones is only open to the public on the first and third Saturday of every month from noon to 4 p.m.

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The Brick Yard, a new 110-acre, master-planned mixed use development, is taking shape just south of Laurel on reclaimed land previously dedicated to iron ore and clay mining.
Despite getting the project off the ground just months before the nation's economic crisis began gathering steam, commercial developer Jackson-Shaw of Dallas has had considerable success marketing the property during the downturn, primarily due to its location.
"There are two ways to get to the Baltimore-Washington Parkway from here, and we are smack in the middle of 16 lanes between both beltways," said Tom Aylward III, Jackson-Shaw's development vice president.
Other factors have drawn attention to the property's potential, he added, including the adjacent Muirkirk MARC transportation hub, construction of the Inter-County Connector, planned development of nearby Konterra Town Center and (BRAC) consolidation at Fort Meade. "The opportunity to reclaim the mine and get this much land close in was rare."

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Needs to add Crystal Plaza,

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Carpet 'N Things, Freestate Electrical Service, and American Mechanical Services are set to move in this summer. May 22, 2008

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Construction on the southern portion of the Brick Yard, a $500 million, mixed-use development on Muirkirk Road between Laurel and Beltsville, could begin late this year, after last week's preliminary approval of two site plans. May 22, 2008

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Jackson-Shaw recently broke ground on the next phase of The Brick Yard, a 125-acre, multi-use development in Beltsville. The company also announced completion of the development's first phase, consisting of 150,000 square feet of speculative flex space...

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