About Glenn Dale Maryland
Glenn Dale, Maryland is known for the historically renowned Glenn Dale Hospital, which opened in 1934. The Glenn Dale Hospital specialized in the treatment for tuberculosis and was very vital for a large part of Maryland. The hospital had to be shut down in 1982 due to the use of asbestos in the construction, but has yet to be demolished and still stands as a renowned historical point in the town. Glenn Dale, Maryland has grown and is now more commonly known for the numerous amount of beautiful parks as well as attractions that sit right outside of the town, like the NASA Goddard Visitor Center and the Six Flags Great Adventure amusement park.
Glenn Dale, being in Prince George’s County, Maryland has an increasing job and real estate market. Glenn Dale, Maryland is also about a half an hour outside of the nation’s capital, Washington D.C. While still building in potential and quality of life, homes in Glenn Dale, Maryland sell for about $415,000 on average.