Amazon is searching for a second headquarters, and of course, the Pike District/White Flint area is the absolutely perfect place for their new 8 million square feet, 50,000 employee campus. The White Flint mall site is 45 acres and ready to build. You can walk to transit and are incredibly close to two major highways, 270 and 495.…Read More
Category Archives: Development Projects
The Planning Board has released the approved draft of the White Flint 2 Sector Plan The next stage of review takes place at the County Council. The Council’s Public Hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, September 19.at 7:30 pm.
This plan incorporates most of the changes Friends of White Flint advocated, such as a pedestrian and bike crossing over the CSX tracks and identical NADMS goals for White Flint 1 and the Executive Boulevard area of the White Flint 2 sector.…Read More
WMATA sent a letter to LCOR last month that stated “No conditions or circumstances exist which permit an extension of the Term for Blocks A-D under the Joint Development Agreement (with LCOR). Nor has WMATA granted any extension of the Term for Blocks A-D.”
Friends of White Flint isn’t sure yet what this means for the undeveloped part of the property around the White Flint Metro station, but we’re investigating and will keep you updated.…Read More
As reported in Bethesda Beat BY BETHANY RODGERS Published:
View of the apartment complex proposed for the North Bethesda Town Center.
Documents recently submitted to the county outline plans for a 294-unit apartment complex to provide a high-end rental option in the North Bethesda Town Center.
The new housing would form part of the roughly 32-acre development north of Marinelli Road near the White Flint Metro station.…Read More
Thanks to Carolyn Chen and the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee for these great photos…Read More
From Bethesda Beat
Building’s high vacancy rates exemplified woes of area office parks
6116 Executive Blvd. VIA GOODSTONE LLC
A North Bethesda building that became a symbol of troubled suburban office parks around the region could be on the brink of resurgence.
A real estate finance firm has landed a $30 million loan to cover renovation costs for the eight-story building at 6116 Executive Blvd., according to a Monday press release.…Read More
From Bethesda Beat
The Montgomery County Council in coming weeks will take up a draft plan for the transformation of vacant land surrounding the Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro station in North Bethesda.
The proposal prepared by the Montgomery County Planning Board would permit an estimated 1,397 new housing units on the 15-acre property owned by the Metro system.…
Phase Two of Pike and Rose recently opened to the public, and blogger Robert Dyer captured the moment with tons of photos on his @Bethesda Row blog. I’ve re-posted of few of his photos below, but you’ll get to enjoy lots more by clicking through to his blogpost.
Phase Two includes new roads, beautiful Rose Park, and new stores and entertainment options.…Read More