Arts District Hyattsville
Arts District Hyattsville is a $200 million mixed-use revitalization development along the U.S. Route One Corridor in historic downtown Hyattsville. The 25-acre retail and residential development is a project of regional real estate developer EYA featuring of variety of unique homes and live/work units. When build-out of the site is complete, the trendsetting Arts District Hyattsville will feature over 500 new residences in a captivating mix or row-homes, live-work homes, condominiums, and retail shopping.
Residents enjoy access to the Lustine Center, a restored 1950s automobile showroom with a billiards area, fitness center, art gallery, juice bar, and more. Construction on commercial portion of the East Village commenced in early 2010 will feature new townhomes, multifamily homes, and the much-anticipated retail town center. Anchor retail tenants include Maryland’s first Yes! Organic Market and two eco-friendly Certified B Corporations, Big Bad Woof and Busboys and Poets. The location is also home to Elevation Burger, Tara Thai, Chipotle and several other regionally-acclaimed boutique retailers.