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Laurel is a city that resides in northern Prince George’s County, Maryland midway between Washington D.C and Baltimore on the Patuxent River. Originally founded as a mill town in the early 19th century, Laurel would see more expansion with the arrival of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in 1835. This shift would allow Laurel to become an early commuter town for Washington and Baltimore workers. It is largely residential today, but maintains a historic district that is centered on Main Street to highlight its industrial roots. The Department of Defense is a prominent presence as well, with the Fort Meade Army base, the National Security Agency, and Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory all located within the area. Its rich history gives visitors plenty to see, while the convenient location and beauty of Laurel are the stuff of dreams come true for potential residents.
The Laurel area, as well as its surrounding communities, cities and neighborhoods, all fall under a humid subtropical climate categorization. The summer seasons tend to be on the longer side, and especially hot and humid, with average daytime highs being from eighty-three to ninety-one degrees Fahrenheit. Winters, by comparison, tend to be mild to cool. The wind factor off of the water in certain areas in Laurel also attributes to occasional chilling winds in the winter, and residents and visitors alike can also expect occasional thunderstorms, especially in the more humid summer months.
Laurel is one of the best areas you can find on the East Coast to get out and enjoy some of Maryland’s beauty and rich history. The area is surrounded by nature, and those who want easy access to the capital of the country and other local gems can find no better area than Laurel. Laurel has so much to offer both visitors and residents, that growing bored is never an issue.
ClimbZone – 13200 Mid Atlantic Blvd – (301) 317-1970
Dinosaur Park – 13200 Mid-Atlantic Blvd – (301) 627-7755
Delta Bingo – 3605 Laurel Fort Meade Rd – (410) 792-0052
Dutch Country Farmers Market – 9701 Fort Meade Rd – (301) 725-1313
Laurel has all sorts of unique outlets, boutiques, shops and retail centers that are open to all kinds of shoppers. Whether you are a fashionista, a treasure hunter, a window shopper or just someone looking to indulge in a little retail therapy, Laurel has everything you could want and then some.
The Crystal Fox – 311 Main St – (301) 317-1980
Towne Centre at Laurel – 14828 Baltimore Ave – (410) 559-2500
Harris Teeter – 14702 Baltimore Ave – (301) 490-6039
The Marilyn Johnson Sewing Design Studio – 154 Lafayette Ave – (301) 604-4139
Laurel has a fantastic mix of exotic cuisines coming together to form one phenomenal dining experience. With its classic American offering and exotic cuisines from all over the world coming together on your plate, you can hardly find a better experience. From Caribbean to some down home subs and wings, it’s hard to go wrong in Laurel.
Mid-Atlantic Seafood Restaurant – 13718 Baltimore Ave – (301) 776-0805
Thai at Laurel – 14724 Baltimore Ave – (301) 317-8899
Olive On Main – 504 Main St – (240) 280-8560
Mango’s Grill – 14605 Baltimore Ave – (301) 776-8834
Laurel might be on the smaller side, but it has a lot of personality, come day or night. Night owls will find themselves with no shortage of bars, breweries, pubs and clubs surrounding the small town. Laurel is a place that makes it easy to get out and enjoy the night life in style, whether you want the classic American experience or something a bit more exotic.
Nuzback’s – 14405 Baltimore Ave – (301) 725-9820
Olive On Main – 504 Main St – (240) 280-8560
Oliver’s Old Towne Tavern – 531 Main St – (301) 490-9200
Sapphire Restaurant & Sports Bar – 13308 Laurel Bowie Rd – (301) 490-0555
The Laurel area is highly praised for its school systems throughout its many suburbs. Those looking to raise a family, or to further their own education, need not worry about a shortage of schools, both conventional and unconventional; it’s the perfect opportunity to learn in one of the most bustling areas that Maryland has to offer.
Kiddie Academy of Laurel – 8101 Sand Spring Road – (301) 317-5330
Our Savior Lutheran Church – 13611 Laurel Bowie Rd – (301) 776-7670
CMIT Academy – 6201 Frost Pl – (301) 350-6051
Laurel High School – 8000 Cherry Ln – (301) 497-2050
Population density: 5,661
Median Age: 34.8
Male/Female ratio: 0.8:1
For those who are looking to make the move to any area within the Laurel area, the local job market is not in short supply, nor is the income many residents can expect. There are a feature of many big names and hubs, as well as smaller boutiques, shops and restaurants that can make use of all kinds of varying talent residents might have to offer.
Central Intelligence Agency – 1000 Colonial Farm Rd – (703) 482-0623
Sibley Memorial Hospital – 5255 Loughboro Rd NW – (202) 537-4000
United States Postal Service – 1210 S Glebe Rd – (703) 993-0085
First Line Technology – 3656 Centerview Dr # 4 – (703) 955-7510
If you want to step out of for a bit and enjoy some local history or culture, the Laurel area is in the perfect place to do so. Not only is there a rich appreciation of the sacrifices made by soldiers, but a rich history of the trials and tribulations that America has gone through surrounding the area.
Washington National Cathedral – 3101 Wisconsin Ave NW – (202) 426-6841
Montpelier Mansion – 9650 Muikirk Rd – (301) 377-7817
Dupont Circle – 9 Dupont Cir NW
The Pentagon – 1400 Defense Pentagon – (703) 228-3988
Laurel is a community with history, convenience, charm and opportunity to it. For those who are looking to work in Baltimore or Washington D.C, this city is in the perfect spot for those who want a short commute with all the benefits of a peaceful suburban life. Visitors can get a taste of Maryland’s history, ties to security and natural beauty all in one area, and it is hard to go wrong with those sort of options.
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