The two entities are hoping to nab a $11 million to $14 million grant.
The council will give $1,000 to fund the development of a student-created app.
The College Park City Council passed a resolution to welcome all refugees in the College Park community.
Members agreed that the main focus should be on “expanding and supporting arts and entertainment activities” without physical district expansion.
The College Park-University Partnership’s Vision 2020 reimagines the city as a college town attractive to university employees, faculty and their families.
This new agreement would eliminate 109 parking spaces.
Projected advantages for the city include decreased traffic on Route 1 and urbanization.
The bar and restaurant will also serve as a performance venue four to seven days a week.
View Village would lose 109 parking spaces.
This change could mean new graduate-student housing construction in the future.