The Bicycle Master Plan Public Hearing will take place on January 25, 2018 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm at the Montgomery County Planning Department Headquarters (8787 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, Maryland).…Read More
Through January 21st, you can enjoy special deals at your favorite Pike District restaurants during Bethesda Restaurant Week.
City Perch Kitchen + Bar
Del Frisco’s Grille
Lunch: $25 | Dinner: $36
Lunch: $22 | Dinner: $36
Seasons 52 North Bethesda
Lunch: $20| Dinner: $35
Stella Barra Pizzeria
Dinner: $28 | Brunch: $18
Summer House Santa Monica
Lunch: $22 | Dinner: $33 | Brunch: $22
CBRE Global Investors started 2018 off with a bang after acquiring the North Bethesda Market in suburban Washington, D.C. from Capri Investment Group of Chicago. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
North Bethesda Market is a Class A retail and multifamily development comprised of 182,926 square feet of retail space, 411 apartments and a 1,205-space parking garage.…Read More
Plans for central Montgomery County are now being realized through urban-style, mixed-use developments
In central Montgomery County, vibrant parks, walkable streets, centers of activity and new buildings are arriving in areas that were once a sea of asphalt.…Read More
The Site Plan for Parcel G at North Bethesda Center (LCOR) is going to the Planning Board on January 11. This project will be a five to seven story apartment building with 294 one and two-bedroom apartments, 12.5% of which are MPDUs. Amenities include a fitness room, common lobby lounge, and a private courtyard.…Read More
Up Top Acres, the urban farming company that brought a 7,000 square foot farm to above Equinox a Bethesda Row and two rooftop farms near Nationals Park, will bring a 17,000 square foot farm Pike & Rose this April. The farm will be located on top of the Old Georgetown Road Garage next to Pallas and will grow about 20,000 pounds of produce annually, including veggies, herbs, and flowers.…Read More
As of now, there are eight candidates working to be the next District 1 Councilmember, thirty candidates hoping to be an at-large Councilmember, and seven candidates vying for County Executive. That’s a lot of people running for office.
Friends of White Flint wants to know what each of those candidates think about the transformation of the White Flint area, smart growth, transit, walkability, bike lanes, and creating a vibrant Pike District that’s attractive to residents, workers, shoppers, and restaurant-goers.…Read More