Lanham, Maryland



7900 Harkins Road is a 12-story Class A office building constructed in 2002. The property is located in the heart of suburban Maryland in the Lanham/Landover submarket with excellent proximity and accessibility to Washington, D.C. metro area.

It is directly adjacent to New Carrolton Station, which is a joint Washington Metro, MARC and Amtrak station servicing 9,000 riders daily. The building is also easily accessible via I-95 and I-495, two of the main thoroughfares in and around the metro area.

A multi-phased, mixed use, transit-oriented development project is underway directly behind 7900 Harkins Road, which is slated to contain 556 multifamily units and 61,000 square feet of retail. Located in a Federal HUB Zone with a proactive local municipality intent on transforming the area surrounding New Carrolton Metro Station into a 2.7 million square foot first class live-work play area.