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Lidl opens in College Park as it prepares for more area growth

bizjournals Monday, 15 July 2019
German grocer Lidl is inching farther into the Washington, D.C. area after announcing its first planned D.C. store, at Skyland Town Center. The latest: the opening of a 20,000-square-foot store in College Park. The store, which is at 8601 Baltimore Ave., a short walk from the University of Maryland, is the second in Prince George’s County; the first opened in Bowie in 2018.  It’s the closest Lidl to D.C. proper; others in the region have opened in Virginia cities Manassas, Woodbridge and Ashburn.…
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