Recently, Communities for Transit (CFT) joined Friends of White Flint as a community organization member and I spoke with David Hauck, the Executive Director, about the organization. CFT is a local non-profit organization located in Silver Spring focusing on county and community needs. CFT’s mission is to build support for alternative transit methods in Montgomery County, specifically the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.…Read More
Category Archives: Local Businesses
We’ve learned that the post office within White Flint Mall will close for good this Friday, April 11th. The office will relocate to the Nicholson Lane Plaza Shopping Center in July but they were unable to extend their mall lease to bridge the gap while the new space is built out.…Read More
Bethesda Now has brought us some news about our local farmers’ market. With the exciting Pike & Rose construction happening in the Mid-Pike Plaza, the Pike Central Farm Market is moving to a new location. The farmers’ market will now be located at 11561 Old Georgetown Road, only a few blocks away from the old location.…Read More
Living in the D.C. metro area, we know that the start of spring means the National Cherry Blossom Festival is just around the corner. And, now that it’s in full bloom until April 13, an affordable and accessible hotel in White Flint is offering special prices to celebrate. Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center is having a special Cherry Blossom Package through April 20th.…Read More
The Conference and Visitors Bureau of Montgomery County is hosting a fun photo contest – we’d like to see White Flint represented! Asking us to “be a tourist in our own town,” the contest is looking to showcase everything our county has to offer for residents and visitors alike!
With prizes awarded for first, second and third place – and the grand prize entry being featured on the cover of the next Spring Visitors Guide – it’s time to dust off those cameras and use the next week wisely!…Read More
While we’re all still daydreaming about warmer weather and dining on a sidewalk patio, Paladar Latin Kitchen is getting ready by launching their Spring/Summer menu. One new feature is their Family Style section, which includes classic favorites like Slow Roasted Mojo Pork and Veracruz Seafood Stew. Check out the whole new menu by clicking here.…Read More
The latest meeting of the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee was a busy one. In addition to discussion of road projects, Fire Chief Steven Lohr was present to recap the emergency response to last month’s event at the Washington Gas property on Nebel Street.
As Chief Lohr described, three employees were at the multiple-bay vehicle repair facility in the pre-dawn hours of February 12th. …Read More
We are often asked about the plans for many existing tenants throughout the White Flint district. News emerged today about the status of Dave & Busters at White Flint Mall. Read the Washington Post article by clicking here.…Read More
Across the United States, enclosed shopping malls are closing their doors. This is all too apparent for us here in White Flint, with the closing of the White Flint Mall.
There are many reasons behind the closings of shopping malls across the U.S. but one main reason stands out: anchor stores closing.…Read More
La Madeleine in Mid-Pike Plaza is now closed. But, don’t fret, this community staple will return soon as part of Pike & Rose’s first phase. Starting this fall, you’ll find La Madeleine in Block 12 (PerSei) of Pike & Rose. Chipotle is also moving to Block 13, around the corner from Starbucks and Bank of America.…Read More