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


Category Archives: Local Businesses

Pike & Rose Farm Produces 20,000 pounds of produce

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From WJLA-TV

At 17,000 square feet, the Farm at Pike & Rose is the largest rooftop farm in the Washington Metro area and Mid-Atlantic region. Its first crops were planted in March. Most produce grown travels no more than a few blocks from farm to table.

The company turned the space into a productive agricultural site growing greens, root vegetables, herbs, tomatoes, peppers and more.…

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Dogs. Beer. Coffee. Pike & Rose.

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Bark Social is coming to Pike & Rose in September! Grab a coffee or a beer while your dog enjoys an off-leash play date. With human and dog treats, really, what could be better?

Located where the Pike & Rose Beach used to be, the only dog bar in the mid-Atlantic will provide a private safe, clean, and monitored 25,000 sq.…

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Want to enjoy a delicious restaurant meal outside? Visit the expanded Seasons 52 patio at NoBe Market.

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Seasons 52 has officially opened its patio with a major *expansion to ensure social distancing is met. Reservations are encouraged but not required. You can call them at 301.984.5252 or use Open Table to place a reservation.

Their current hours are 12pm to 8pm. *Expansion is temporary until their dining room opens.…

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Federal Realty Lands First Tenant In Office Building At Pike & Rose

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From Bisnow Washington, D.C.

One year after committing to move its own headquarters to its spec office building at Pike & Rose, Federal Realty has landed the project’s first tenant.  FRIT announced Thursday it signed a 16,245 SF lease with OneDigital at the 909 Rose office building in North Bethesda. The advisory firm will consolidate from two locations in Chevy Chase and Downtown Bethesda, and plans to move in the fall. …

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Our condolences

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On Monday, June 1, at about 6:30 pm, a 2009 Hyundai Elantra traveling south on Old Georgetown Road and a 2009 Chevrolet Colorado traveling east on Executive Boulevard collided in the intersection.  The impact of the collision then caused both vehicles to travel into a construction zone at the southeast corner of the intersection. …

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Montgomery County Provides Guidelines for Businesses to Prepare for Phase 1 Reopening

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Montgomery County began Phase 1 of its reopening at 6 a.m. Monday, June 1, as outlined in County Executive Marc Elrich’s Executive Order. To assist businesses to prepare for the transition, the County has developed reopening guidelines. These guidelines are designed to foster a safe environment for businesses and their employees and customers. …

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Federal Introduces The Pick-Up Nationwide To Support Re-Opening And Beyond

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In anticipation of a phased re-opening for shopping center tenants in the coming weeks, Federal Realty Investment Trust, the owner of Pike & Rose, is launching The Pick-Up, a curbside, contactless exchange. This new initiative creates a singular, reliable, centralized service that retailers and restaurants of all sizes can take advantage of, particularly well-suited for small businesses. …

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Montgomery County Requirements for Reopening

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(Thanks to Adam Pagnucco and Seventh State for much of this post.)

When Governor Larry Hogan announced a phase 1 reopening of Maryland’s economy on Friday night, several local jurisdictions (including MoCo) declined to go along. County Executive Marc Elrich said, “If there’s an uptick in cases, our hospitals can’t withstand an uptick… We will change the rules as soon as the science says we can change the rules.…

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Some cool independent, local restaurant news

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Java Nation

They are participating in the movement to feed first responders and those on the front lines in our community who are heroically and selflessly fighting COVID-19.

By donating and sending meals to those on the front lines, you are also supporting their local restaurant, which means they can keep their doors open and employees working.…

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Mother’s Day — You Got This!

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Even in a pandemic, you can celebrate Mother’s Day. Here are some wonderful ideas.

Seasons 52 in NoBe Market

It’s down to the wire, but we’ve got you covered. Scout & Molly‘s at Pike & Rose is offering local delivery or free shipping and 25% off (code: LOVEMOM). And, Olive & Loom at Pike & Rose has contactless service at The Pick-Up curbside zone, with complimentary gift wrapping (orders $75+). …

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