Posted inCoronavirus

The vaccine supply chain: Is it broken or downright remarkable?

As daily reports show widespread frustration and anger over the COVID-19 vaccine distribution, supply chain experts are marveling at the mind-bending complexity of meeting national and global needs. Why is this rollout so hard? Because it’s not at all like distributing the next iPhone, said Dr. Ravi Srinivasan, associate professor of operations management at Loyola […]

Posted inReal Estate

St. John acquires Laurel office building

St. John Properties has acquired 14400 Sweitzer Lane, a four-story building containing 120,904 square feet of Class ‘A’ office space. The building, in Laurel, features direct visibility from Interstate 95, was approximately 50 percent leased at the time of purchase. Dan Callihan, executive managing director for Newmark Knight Frank, represented the seller, BentallGreenOak. 14400 Sweitzer […]

Posted inTransportation

Transportation infrastructure looking for volunteers

The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG) and National Capital Region (NCR) are looking to fill seats in their 2021-2022 Community Advisory Committee for the Transportation Planning Board. Mayor Craig Moe is calling on residents to represent the Laurel area. The Transportation Planning Board (TPB) CAC is the MWCOG/NCR’s long standing citizen-oriented committee whose mission is to […]

Posted inPG County

P.G. approves more residential for Bowie Sears

The Prince George’s County Planning Board unanimously voted to approve adding residential use to the former Sears site at Bowie New Town Center, off Collington Road and Evergreen Parkway. The site is zoned for retail and office use and the approved rezoning will permit residential. The original application contemplated construction of up to 670 residential […]