The council unanimously voted to adopt the ordinance.
The city council raised concerns about noise and pedestrian safety at the Oct. 3 worksession.
The charter school accepts students through a lottery system and provides college preparatory classes in a blended learning curriculum.
College Park Mayor Patrick Wojahn called the potential construction, which would include residential and retail space, “transformative.”
Yard waste collected from the carts will be turned into compost and mulch.
Traditional Greek vegetable and seafood dishes like tzatziki, flatbreads and octopus will be served, as well as spit-roasted chicken, lamb and pork.
The county will be releasing its comprehensive rewritten draft of the ordinance this week.
Residents and city officials met at Old Parish House on Monday night to discuss an increase in disruptions in Old Town and Calvert Hills.
The cost of acquiring and improving the property will be between $500,000 and $750,000.
The hub will operate Fridays and Saturdays during the spring and fall from 5 p.m. to midnight.