Friends of White Flint

Promoting a Sustainable, Walkable and Engaging Community

P.O. Box 2761

White Flint Station

Kensington, MD 20891

Phone: 301-980-3768

Email: info@whiteflint.org


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Learn about the state of the Montgomery County real estate market with Bisnow

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Bisnow is pleased to invite you to the 2017 Montgomery County State of the Market featuring Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson. This year they’ll bring together the best and brightest from the local commercial real estate market and the broader economy to assess the state of the Montgomery County’s real estate market, business climate, key trends, hot sub-markets, and issues ahead.…

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Bike to Work Day is May 19th! Join us at the Pike and Rose Pit Stop!

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Make sure to register for the North Bethesda pit stop at the new location at Pike & Rose for Bike to Work Day!  Bike to Work Day will welcome new and seasoned cyclists on Friday, May 19 from 6:30 am until 8:30 am.  Friends of White Flint will be there, so join us at this exciting event for breakfast, great prizes provided by local businesses, and a chance to win a free bike!

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Our letter in support of MC 12-17 which alters approval requirements to create a BID

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March 6, 2017

Dear Senator King and Delegate Robinson:

The Friends of White Flint is a nonprofit organization composed of nearly 2,000 residents, businesses, and property owners working together to transform the White Flint area into a vibrant, walkable, smart growth community. You can learn more about us at www.whiteflint.org.

We are writing to express our support for MC 12-17 to alter the approval requirements to create and expand a Business Improvement District (BID) in Montgomery County.…

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Happy Hour Tonight at Owen’s Ordinary — Come Join the Fun!

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Tonight is the Friends of White Flint, Coalition for Smarter Growth, and Greater Greater Washington (GGW) happy hour! You probably read GGW’s blogs and social media posts regularly. So here’s your chance to join them tonight in the Pike District for drinks and conversation with contributors and readers.

The happy hour is Tuesday, January 17 from 6-8 pm at Owen’s Ordinary, located at Pike and Rose at 11820 Trade Street. 

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Congratulations WJ!

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Montgomery County high schools dominated new rankings of the best schools in Maryland and the Washington area. And our high school, Walter Johnson, ranked #2! Yes, that’s right. WJ is the second best high school in Maryland and is ranked fourth best in the DC metro region. The rankings were based on grades, state test results and SAT/ACT scores, as well as survey responses on academics, culture and diversity, and health and safety.…

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Friends of White Flint and the Pike District is in the NY Times

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Check out this terrific article about the Pike District in the New York Times.  Friends of White Flint, Pike and Rose, the Gables, and East Village are all mentioned in the article.  Don’t want to click through to read the piece? We’ve included it below.

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North Bethesda? Pike District? White Flint? Rockville?

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No matter what you call it, it’s marvelous to live and work here.

From Bethesda Beat: Since You Asked: Where Exactly Is North Bethesda? Despite some debate, the area’s boundaries have long been defined

—A reader in Bethesda

Many Montgomery County residents dispute whether North Bethesda is a defined place.…

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