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Gov. Hogan's Brother Proposes Mixed-Use Project In Upper Marlboro

A site plan for the proposed Marlboro Gateway development in Prince George's County.
A site plan for the proposed Marlboro Gateway development in Prince George's County.

A mixed-use development could soon be coming to a major intersection in Upper Marlboro

Green Century Partners LLC, an entity managed by developer Tim Hogan, filed an application with Prince George's County to build a mixed-use project with multifamily, office and retail on a 21-acre site at the intersection of U.S. 301 and MD 725.

The project, branded as Marlboro Gateway, is scheduled to be considered by the Prince George's County Planning Board at its Thursday meeting. The application calls for between 100 and 265 multifamily units, between 5K SF and 30K SF of office space and between 1,200 and 75K SF of retail. 

The Hogan-owned entity assembled the site with three separate acquisitions in October 2017 totaling about $1.4M, and it secured a $1.4M loan from United Bank along with the acquisitions, deed records show.

Hogan did not immediately respond to a request for comment. He is the president of Hogan Cos., which specializes in securing entitlements for development sites. He is also the brother of Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, who founded the company.