The preliminary plans indicate the development will include several mixed-use buildings and a green pavilion area.
The complex will house between 200 and 250 multifamily residential units and 550,000 square feet of workspaces.
The company is set to be the first commercialized quantum computing company to go public.
IonQ is currently the only quantum computing system working with both Amazon and Microsoft.
So far, 37 Marylanders have tested positive, including 10 in Prince George’s County.
Employees who work in the Manokin Building were told to stay home on Thursday.
The building, located on 4600 River Road, is being developed under the university’s joint-venture with COPT
Scott Plank, brother of Under Armour founder Kevin Plank, transformed an abandoned building into the new establishment.
WeWork's failure shows us why College Park shouldn't try to copy Silicon Valley.
It's set to be in the College Park Shopping Center this fall.