Featured Properties

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Stephen's Crossing at Brandywine

Project 1: Stephen’s Crossing at Brandywine

According to reporting by the Washington Monthly, Governor-elect Hogan participated in late 2014 at which the status of a major state transportation project serving the Brandywine location in Prince George’s County was changed.  The Brandywine project was expedited from a planning to construction phase and then $58 million was added for the project to the transportation budget forwarded by Governor Hogan to the legislature in January 2015.  By March, 2015, Governor Hogan had acquired a significant, personal financial stake in the Brandywine location.  Not only did the Governor not recuse himself from the Brandywine matter, but he did not inform state legislators of his conflict prior to their review and approval of the transportation budget in April 2015.  Moreover, the aforementioned actions all took place while Governor Hogan was fully subject to Maryland ethics laws prohibiting him and his family-owned real estate business from participating in matters in which they had a financial interest or using their office for personal gain.  Governor Hogan’s real estate business, now called HOGAN, has continued to invest heavily in development projects at the Brandywine location benefiting from the transportation and other infrastructure projects expedited by his Administration and funded with taxpayer dollars.

Project Details

Highway Improvement: MD 5 Branch Avenue Overpass at interchange with MD 373 (Brandywine Road) (Prince George’s County SHA Line 12). Total estimated cost is $55.56 million for a project outside the Priority Funding Area (PFA)

Highway Improvement: MD 5, Branch Avenue upgrade study from US 301 to I-495 (Prince George’s County SHA Line 22)

How Hogan Benefits: Hogan has 13% ownership stake in Black-Eyed Susan Partners, LLC—owner of 75 acres near the intersection of Branch Avenue and Brandywine Road.  Hogan also has 25% interest in Brandywine Crossing Realty Partners, LLC, which owns 12.5 acres behind Brandywine Crossing shopping center.









Riverfront Hyattsville

Project 3: Riverfront at Hyattsville Metro

Highway Project: Construct landscaped median with sidewalk and crosswalk improvements along MD 500, Queens Chapel Road from MD 208 to MD 410 (Prince George’s County SHA Line 16)

How Hogan Benefits: Hogan has an 11.5% interest in West Hyattsville Property Company, which is developing “The Riverfront at West Hyattsville Metro.”

Villas at Severn Crest

Project 4: Villas at Severn Crest

Highway Project: In 2015 SHA sold ~15 acres of residual land (Deed) to Villas at Severn Crest, LLC.

How Hogan Benefits: Hogan has a 25% interest in Villas at Severn Crest, LLC. This parcel was included in a Rezoning application to Hogan ally Steve Schuh to change the parcel from Open Space zoning  to R1 and R2 (Residential) and a Special Exception Application filed for an assisted living facility.


Interactive Maps of Additional Properties

How to use the map: After clicking a point on the interactive map below, click the blue arrow to the right of the project name to read more about the project.  Click HERE for a detailed map with ALL Hogan properties + additional information on state highway and development projects

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Hogan Properties + State investments

Click the double arrows on the map below for the map key:  and layers
MDOT SHA Road Ready: Black Dots 
MDOT SHA Projects: Blue Dots
Hogan Companies (HC) Featured Properties: Orange Stars with circles
Hogan Properties From Deeds: Orange Stars
FY2020 Capital Budget as Proposed: Light Red Diamonds