Shopping Center Business

JUN 2018

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Hilltop Plaza Md Route 450 & Race Track Rd. Bowie, MD 20715 • Over 95% leased • Strong national retailers including Aldi, Dollar Tree, Advance Auto, Walgreens and Dunkin Donuts • Excellent household incomes within 5 miles (average of $136,000) Contact: Jim Farrell, 571.382.1229 RETAIL OPPORTUNITIES For more information on ALL of Bowie's Opportunities, contact: John Henry King Economic Development Director, City of Bowie, Maryland 15901 Excalibur Road Bowie, MD 20716 301.809.3042 | fax 301.809.2315 jhking@cityofbowie.org Pointer Ridge Plaza 1334 Crain Highway Bowie, MD 20716 • High traffic counts on Route 301 (over 60,000 cars per day) • Renovated facade • Mature and stable housing market surrounding center Contact: Jim Farrell, 571.382.1229 Bowie Marketplace 15455 to 15511 Annapolis Rd. Bowie, MD 20715 • Brand New! • Ample and convenient parking! • Great tenant mix with Harris Teeter! Contact: Brian Berman, 301.816.1555 DISCOVER THE BOWIE RETAIL ADVANTAGE More and more retailers are discovering the advantage of a Bowie, Maryland location with its easy access to shoppers from Baltimore, Maryland, to Washington, D.C. Bowie and Prince George's County offer outstanding retail site opportunities combined with a population with money to spend eager for exciting new stores and restaurants. It is a dynamic, business- and family-oriented community whose residents enjoy an exceptional quality of life. The State of Maryland's fifth largest city, and the largest municipality in Prince George's County, Bowie has grown from a rural 1800s settlement into an ideal city with a healthy economy and a much sought-after quality of life. The City has more than lived up to its motto, "Growth, Unity and Progress" experiencing significant planned development in its residential, office, and commercial sectors. Bowie enjoys a rich and diverse historic and cultural heritage. This historic City traces its roots to 1870, when land developers subdivided the area into more than 500 residential building lots, creating a large town at a major junction of the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad. Since incorporation in 1874 as Huntington, the city has changed its name (in honor of Governor Oden Bowie, a resident) and has become a dynamic community, rivaling the most prosperous cities in the region. Historically, the area is associated with thoroughbred horse breeding and railroading. It is said that Belair Stud Farm blood flows through the veins of every American racehorse of distinction. In 1958, the firm of Levitt and Sons acquired the Belair Estate and two years later the City of Bowie chose to annex the Levitt properties. Bowie, incorporated as a town in the year 1916, became a city in 1963 with the rewrite of its charter. While the City is proud of its heritage, it is also focused on the future. It has grown from a small agricultural and railroad town to one of the largest and fastest growing cities in Maryland. Bowie is a city of 18.8 square miles and approximately 55,000 residents. It has nearly 2,000 acres set aside as parks or open space. For more information on ALL of Bowie's Opportunities, contact: John Henry King, Economic Development Director, City of Bowie, Maryland 15901 Excalibur Road, Bowie, MD 20716 301.809.3042 | fax 301.809.2315 jhking@cityofbowie.org

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