Waldorf Station


Renderings of the future Waldorf Station.



Waldorf Station is a 145-acre mixed-use project in Waldorf, Maryland at the intersection of U.S. Route 301 and Maryland Route 5. The developer, Maryland-based Greenberg Gibbons, is planning 200,000-square-feet of retail and entertainment space, class A office, a hospitality component and 800 residential units that will blend entertainment and easy living in a pedestrian-friendly environment. The development plan calls for an open-air mixed-use town center, featuring quality shops, restaurants, and entertainment.

This transformational project will serve as an attractive gateway to Waldorf and Charles County. It will create a sense of place and "downtown", which currently does not exist in the County. Several blighted and underutilized buildings have already been demolished, and the developer is staged to begin the first phase of construction. Significant transportation improvements approved by the Charles County Board of Commissioners for Waldorf Station will allow for improved access and circulation, as well as a more coherent development pattern for the project.

 “Charles County is a vibrant, growing destination that attracts more and more people every day,” said Brian Gibbons, Chairman and CEO of Greenberg Gibbons. “We look forward to working with local elected officials and community leaders to create a gateway to the area that everyone can be proud of.”






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