Riverdale Park's council are set to vote on another large development in town Tuesday when they meet for their legislative session.
The 2 million square-foot M Square development could become an office park that spans two towns - Riverdale Park and College Park - if the District Council votes in favor of the project. But first, Riverdale Park must vote on whether or not it'll approve the project. They can also decide to add conditions for their approval, which would later be considered by the county before their vote.
In June, the town's hired planner, Claire Sale, recommended a few changes to M Square's design, which included pedestrian- and bike-friendly amenities, access to the MARC train station and UMd. Shuttle and to create more of a campus-like feel on the property.
Council had the summer to review the plan and determine how they might vote on the detailed site plan.
The meeting will begin at 8 p.m. at 5008 Queensbury Road.