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W.F. Chesley Real Estate Project Showcase | Land Development and Construction

Since 1970, W.F. Chesley Real Estate has built successful residential, commercial and retail projects throughout suburban Maryland. A sampling of projects completed and/or currently in development follows:

Canterbury Estates, maryland

Canterbury Estates

Mitchellville, MD

Located on Enterprise Road, just south of Route 214-Central Avenue, in Mitchellville. The community, built in the 1980s, is an upscale, residential subdivision consisting of 360 single-family homes with garages.



Upper Marlboro, MD

A 1,400-unit amenity rich, residential community on 600 acres in Upper Marlboro.  The comprehensive design includes a club house, Olympic-size pool, hiking/biking trails, basketball/tennis courts, tot lots, fountains, lake, and ornamental ponds.

Fairwood Office Park, Glenn Dale, MD

Fairwood Office Park

Glenn Dale, MD

Campus-like setting with two 50,000 sq. ft. Class A office buildings and two pad sites at the intersection of Routes 193 and 450 in Glenn Dale.  Construction is underway on the final 50,000 sq. ft. building, for a project total of 160,000 sq. ft.  Primary use is medical office.

Priest Bridge Business Center, Maryland

Priest Bridge Overlook

Crofton, MD

Class A, 50,000 sq. ft. office/retail building on Defense Highway in Crofton. Centrally located between Baltimore and Washington. Property features  include a dramatic atrium, secured storage and garage parking for tenants.

The W.F. Chesley Building

The W.F. Chesley Building

Annapolis, MD

Thirty-one thousand sq. ft., full-service office located at the corner of Route 2 and West Street in Annapolis. The site provides an excellent location with great visibility, quick highway access, and a variety of amenities nearby.

Mill Branch Shopping Center

Mill Branch Crossing

Bowie, MD

Planned 800,000 sq. ft. mixed-use commercial project with retail, office, hotel, and pad sites. Centrally located at Route 301 and Mill Branch Road, near the Route 50 intersection.