Bring your papers and files to our FREE SHRED EVENT on Saturday, April 27 from 9 am to noon. The shredding truck will be located in the parking lot at the corner of Woodglen and Nicholson. Sponsored by Friends of White Flint and AARP, this shred event is a great chance to keep yourself safe from fraud and fulfill your Marie Kondo aspirations.…Read More
909 Rose Avenue at Pike & Rose is a new, mixed-use, 200,000+ RSF Class A office building with retail tenants at ground floor. The building includes a dedicated office lobby with shared amenity spaces. The amenities include a fully fit-out fitness center with full service locker rooms, multiple meeting areas, in addition to a pantry and café/lounge area.…Read More
Spring is made for walking. Join us Saturday, April 20 at 10 am for an easy, all-ages, pet-friendly stroll along the Trolley Trail. Put a reminder in your calendar now so you don’t miss it. (Go on, we’ll wait while you enter the data into your calendar.)
We meet at 10am April 20 at North Bethesda Market then take a walk along the wonderful Trolley Trail.…Read More
The Office of the County Executive developed this handy summary of the planned development of the White Flint/Pike District area. It will be updated as things change. You can download the PDF here.… Read More
From Bethesda Beat
The county school board is exploring using the former Charles W. Woodward High School in Rockville for the first countywide secondary-level arts magnet program and has turned to the former chief executive of the Strathmore arts center to lead a committee studying options.
Woodward, on Old Georgetown Road, is the current home for Tilden Middle School students while their building is being remodeled and expanded.…Read More
Last night, Montgomery Planning gave the public the chance to review the proposed design guidelines for White Flint 2. For those of you who couldn’t make it to the Shriver Aquatic Center, here is a summary of the guidelines and links to the actual proposed White Flint 2 Design Guidelines.…Read More
Large commercial, residential buildings could be forced to cut available parking in effort to promote transit, carpools
As reported in Bethesda Beat. (Scroll to the end to read Friends of White Flint’s official position.)
A proposal that could force large commercial and residential properties in the county to have fewer parking spaces in an effort to force greater use of public transportation and get cars off the road is being questioned by business groups.…Read More
On a blustery Saturday, resident, business, and property owner board members from Friends of White Flint took Councilmember Andrew Friedson and Councilmember Evan Glass on a tour of the Pike District/White Flint. It was wonderful talking about ways to make our community safer for pedestrians and cyclists, more activated, and more vibrant.…Read More
From Bethesda Patch
Olive & Loom, a Mediterranean-inspired lifestyle and apothecary boutique, has opened its second Maryland location in North Bethesda. Located at 11815 Grand Park Ave., the 765-square-foot store is one of the latest additions to the Pike & Rose development.
Ferzan Jaeger, a Turkish-born mother of two, founded Olive & Loom in 2016.…Read More
WMATA is currently studying how they might design and build a second entrance at the White Flint metro station. Here are some slides from a presentation they made at a North Bethesda Transportation Management District meeting last week.
In 2010, WMATA created a station access plan with the goals of creating: 1) better access at the existing Marinelli Road station entrance, 2) two options for a new north entrance, and 3) possible alignments for a pedestrian connection.…Read More