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From food trucks to flower marts, how Prince George’s will kick-start New Carrollton

Staff Reporter- Washington Business Journal

New Carrollton is Prince George’s busiest Metro station, among its most active development areas, and a source of wealth — 71 percent of commuters there earn more than $50,000 a year.

Yet, it is largely a dead zone.

On Friday, Victor Hoskins, the county’s deputy chief administrative officer for economic development, led the third and final brainstorming session for activating New Carrollton, to get the area within one mile of Metro “off the ground.” Flower markets? Food trucks? Concerts? All on the table.

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