Developer Jackson-Shaw has started the next stage of residential development at Brickyard Station, a 63-acre transit-oriented community in Beltsville and Laurel. JLB Partners purchased land to construct 433 multifamily units, with completion expected in fall 2013, and Ryland Homes is starting construction on model homes prior to developing more than 400 single-family homes and townhomes in the community. Both projects represent a combined investment of $200 million for Brickyard Station, Jackson-Shaw officials said.
Brickyard Station is a component of the Brick Yard, a 125-acre multi-use development located along transit routes to Baltimore and Washington. Jackson-Shaw officials said plans are in place for the development to be an intermodal hub for bus and rapid transit.
The Brick Yard also includes a 60-acre business park for light industrial, office, flex and warehouse space, and includes the Laurel Dinosaur Park.