The White Flint/Pike District area is filled with lots of interesting, caring people of all ages from babies to millenials to seniors. We thought it would be great to create an easy, fun way for us to meet one another and build community, so we will be holding a Pike District Promenade the third Saturday of every month at 10 am, starting at the plaza at North Bethesda Market.…Read More
Monthly Archives: July 2018
The Washington Area Metropolitan Transit Authority (WMATA) Board took final action today to extend continuous Red Line service to Shady Grove. This service improvement will begin in December 2018.
With the changes approved Thursday by Metro’s board of directors, service to the Shady Grove, Rockville, Twinbrook and White Flint stations will increase to 15 trains per hour.…Read More
Executive Director Amy Ginsburg taped a video for the Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation’s #MoCo365 campaign. Take a minute, sit back, and enjoy! https://moco365.com/video/amy
From Nkosi Yearwood at the Montgomery Planning Department:
The White Flint Implementation Committee will not meet in July.
The Committee typically does not meet in August unless there is an important project or issue to discuss.
The Planning Board will review two White Flint projects on July 19:
The Pepco substation at the intersection of Marinelli Road and Nebel Street.…Read More
Fivesquares Development, which is heading up the project near the Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro station, is giving a presentation Tuesday night to residents and answering questions ahead of submitting its proposal to the Montgomery County Planning Department. Fivesquares will be building multifamily housing and a village green. over several decades.
Fivesquares is firing up plans to expand the Metro garage in order to make up for the spaces lost when the surface lot is developed.…Read More
The Randolph Hills Shopping Center will be the site of a placemaking event in October. The Randolph Civic Association is collaborating with the owner of the shopping center, Montgomery County Planning, the Better Block Foundation, and local businesses to reimagine the Randolph Hills Shopping Center over a weekend. From October 8-11, there will be community led design and build activities.…Read More
The 17,000 square feet, Farm at Pike and Rose is the largest rooftop farm in the mid-Atlantic region, aimed at revolutionizing urban farming to make the most of available real estate.
Check out the video on WJLA-TV.Read More
Montgomery Parks has some fun activities planned for Wall Park. Join the fun in the Pike District’s favorite park.
July 10 – Climbing wall 4:00 pm-6:00 pm
August 2 – Make and Take 4:00 pm-6:00 pm
August 16 – Pop Up Recess…Read More