Hyattsville is located between the District and College Park in the northwestern part of Prince George’s County. Christopher Clark Hyatt, the man from whom Hyattsville takes its name, purchased the first plot of land in March of 1845, predicting that the area would make for suitable suburban developments.
Quality of Life:
Hyattsville is an evolving, residential community of cape cods, colonials, Victorian and arts and crafts homes. Hyattsville’s historic district was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in the early 1980s.
There is a growing arts district along Route 1. A number of restaurants and coffee shops have recently opened their doors. Hyattsville residents have access to a number of amenities nearby at The Mall at Prince Georges. The Riverdale Park Farmers Market is also closeby. It is held every Thursday from April to November and features live music.
Green Line access at Prince George’s Plaza Metro. MARC rail can be found near the Riverdale Park Farmers Market. East West Highway, Queens Chapel Road and Route 1 are Hyattsville’s major thoroughfares.
Ronald Reagan National Airport: < 15 miles.
Washington Dulles International Airport: < 40 miles.
Baltimore Washington International Airport: < 30 miles.