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


Inside Pinstripes: Bowling Alley, Bocce, Restaurant and ‘Sophisticated Fun

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From Bethesda Beat

The second-floor patio space of Pinstripes, which is heated and open year-round.

The second-floor patio space of Pinstripes, which is heated and open year-round.

Updated: Offering bowling, bocce and a full-service restaurant, Pinstripes will be a different type of entertainment and food venue for North Bethesda.

“We’re not just a restaurant; we’re a community gathering place,” said Chris Soukup, chief operations officer for Pinstripes.…

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Luxmanor community featured in the Washington Post

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From The Washington Post

Near Rockville, a neighborhood grows without losing its friendliness

 

Richard L. Kadish said he knew that his wife wouldn’t be in favor of purchasing the five-bedroom, five-bathroom Colonial on a quiet, tree-lined street that he discovered in 1983 in the Luxmanor neighborhood next to Rockville.…

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Overhaul Could Restore Life to Struggling Office Building in North Bethesda

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From Bethesda Beat

Building’s high vacancy rates exemplified woes of area office parks

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6116 Executive Blvd.

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.…

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Check out these Pike District restaurants during Bethesda Restaurant Week

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BETHESDA MAGAZINE RESTAURANT WEEK

August 11-19, 2017  

2-course lunch – $16       3-course dinner – $36

City Perch Kitchen + Bar

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Del Frisco’s Grille

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Owen’s Ordinary

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Seasons 52 North Bethesda

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Stella Barra Pizzeria

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Summer House Santa Monica

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Grosvenor-Strathmore Plan Approved by Planning Board

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Seniors want walkability, too, survey says

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From Curbed:

We assume millennials prefer walkability and urban living for all the right reasons: social cohesion and community, better access to entertainment, services, and jobs. So why do we assume that older Americans and senior citizens, who also value connectivity, community, and healthy living, wouldn’t prefer the same living arrangement?

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Pike and Rose Phase 2 is Open!

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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.…

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A Wonderful Win for Wall Park!

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Yesterday, the County Council voted YES on the Supplemental Appropriation and CIP Amendment for $6,582,000 for the Wall Park Garage and Park Improvements!! Friends of White Flint has advocated for more than a year and a half for the County to “un-pave paradise and pull up the parking lot” and yesterday, the Council voted to do just that.…

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