Prince George’s County has experienced tremendous growth over the past decade and is rapidly becoming the epicenter for economic development in the Washington metropolitan area. We invite you to come see for yourself.
median household income of residents ($20K above the national average).
of all businesses in Prince George’s County are small businesses.
people work in Prince George's County.
people (and growing) live in Prince George's County.
Colleges and Universities call Prince George's County home.
Federal Agencies are based in the county, just miles from the nation's capital.
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Learn more about what's in the works, including the top three developments coming soon: Cadillac Crossing, Prince George's Regional Medical Center, and 5801 University Research Court.
Looking to start, expand, or relocate your business? We have a toolbox of free and low-cost resources available for businesses like yours in Prince George’s County. Contact us today.
Yesterday, Executive Vice President Ebony Stocks, presented on Enterprise Zones to County municipal leaders. Topics… https://t.co/PHQW2HHp9d