Originally constructed in 1950, the Bedford and Victoria Station community consists of 35 two-story and three-story garden-style buildings located in the heart of Langley Park, an emerging market in the DC region. Conveniently situated near the University of Maryland, Downtown Hyattsville, and with strong neighborhood-serving retail including Safeway, Target, and various dining options, the residents of Bedford and Victoria Station enjoy easy access to major job nodes at the University of Maryland, Silver Spring, Bethesda, and DC.
Residents also stand to benefit from one of the most highly anticipated public works projects in the region, the Purple Line, which will provide connection to jobs, health services, and educational opportunities with more ease than ever before. Spanning from Bethesda to New Carrollton, the Purple Line will link several of Montgomery County’s and Prince George’s County’s largest job centers, including downtown Bethesda, Silver Spring, and University of Maryland, as well as provide connectivity to the larger regional Metro transit network and Amtrak. Two future Purple Line entrances will be located within one quarter mile from the property and are expected to be complete in 2026.
Planned community improvements include in-unit upgrades with new efficient windows, roofing and brick repairs, lighting, and security implementation, as well as playground equipment for families.