Monthly Archives: April 2018
The Coalition for Smarter Growth (CSG) is hosting a walking tour that explores White Flint’s rapidly developing strides in livability and walkability on Saturday, May 12 from 10:00 am to 12 noon.
As the new Pike & Rose development moves forward and residents make headway on more accessible, visible crosswalks through our Pike District Pedestrian Safety Campaign (PikePeds,) you’ll see firsthand what’s changed and what’s left to be done to make White Flint more resident- and pedestrian-friendly.…Read More
Mark your calendars for the opening of Pike Central Farm Market Saturday, April 28 from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm. The market is located at Pike and Rose in the REI Parking Lot, 910 Rose Ave. There’s two hours of free parking in the convenient garage.
Enjoy live music, great farmers, free Kids Club, balloon creations for the kids and much more!…Read More
At Annandale’s The Block, you can get Thai noodle soups alongside doughnut ice cream sandwiches, poke bowls, and chicken nuggets. But that’s nothing compared to what’s coming from a second, larger location of the food hall in North Bethesda’s Pike & Rose development, set to debut in late 2019.…Read More
Spring sure has been reluctant to arrive this year, hasn’t it? Everyone knows that April showers bring May flowers, but this seems a trifle excessive. That’s why we’ve decided to try to move spring along with the positive thinking that comes from a feel-good SALE!
Get $10 off seated and standing tickets to the following shows using promo code SPRINGFLING. …Read More
Washington Business Journal reporter Daniel J. Sernovitz recently wrote a lengthy article about the White Flint area that looks in depth into the strengths and weaknesses of our community from a development perspective. The article, titled The Hunt for HQ2: How a former shopping mall could become Amazon’s second home, centered around Amazon’s search for a second headquarters also looks at the rest of the developing area and is very much worth a read. …Read More
Seventh State is doing a series of posts based on our District One Candidate Forum. The first blog post focuses on the answers given by the candidates about what they think about Amazon possibly making their second headquarters in the White Flint area. The second blog post concentrates on the increasing levels of county government debt.…Read More
Friends of White Flint Executive Director Amy Ginsburg was honored to be invited to cut the ribbon last week on our new Bikeshare stations!
Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett celebrated the installation of eight, new, Bikeshare stations in the Pike District and Twinbrook, bringing the County’s total Capital Bikeshare network to 82 stations.…Read More
We will post a much more comprehensive summary and story on what the candidates said during our incredibly successful District One Candidate Forum on Monday, but today, I want to thank some folks and share some photos and links to the tweets and videos of the forum.
First, thank you to the Bethesda North Conference Center who generously donated the space for our forum. …Read More