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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Friends of White Flint and Amy Ginsburg are featured in a podcast!

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Friends of White Flint Executive Director Amy Ginsburg had the privilege of being interviewed by Jordan Cooper for his Public Interest Podcast. Here is the link if you’d like to hear Amy and Jordan talk about the redevelopment of the Pike District and Amy’s career in the nonprofit/public service sector.…

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A Compliment for Friends of White Flint

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We don’t like to brag, but brag we shall.

NAOIP Development Magazine recently published an article about how developers and others can use social media to communicate and advocate. They said Friends of White Flint was a notable leader in this area and was highly successful in its use of social media, blogs, and websites to communicate and educate.  …

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The Pike District (and our executive director) Featured in Washingtonian Magazine

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Why, yes, it is kind of cool to wake up and find executive director Amy Ginsburg and Friends of White Flint quoted in Washingtonian Magazine.

“Stable doesn’t mean stagnant. Just look at what’s happening in some of Montgomery County’s most family-friendly communities. Take Zip code 20852, between Bethesda and Rockville proper, where the median home price was $397,850 last year and, on average, has fluctuated less than 1 percent over the past decade.…

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Friends of White Flint Discussed Rockville Pike at Bisnow Event

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Friends of White Flint board member Brian Downie, Senior Vice President of Saul Centers and executive director Amy Ginsburg were part of the panel on the Future of Rockville Pike at the recent Bisnow conference, the Montgomery County State of the Market.

One of the hot topics of the conference was Marriott’s search for a new headquarters.…

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Friends of White Flint in the Post

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Bill Turque wrote an insightful piece in yesterday’s Washington Post about the perils and potential around cycling in Montgomery County. (And for the record, we think it’s a good piece not just because Friends of White Flint Amy Ginsburg was quoted in it.)

In the article, Montgomery County officials said, “The goal is to connect a system left fragmented by years of ad hoc planning in which riders can sail along for miles on bike lanes or off-road trails only to hit dead ends — or intersections with wide, high-speed roads that are exceedingly difficult to cross.”

Bicycles are an important part of multi-modal travel, especially in the Pike District, so we thank the Post for bringing attention to this important issue and support the County’s efforts to make our area more bike-friendly.…

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Good Luck Lindsay, Hello Amy!

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Well, it took a week, but here are the photos from the fun-filled shindig at Del Frisco’s Grille last Tuesday to thank Lindsay Hoffman for her extraordinary service as executive director of Friends of White Flint and welcome new executive director Amy Ginsburg. We were honored to have council members Sidney Katz and Roger Berliner, Dee Metz of the County Executive’s office, Delegate Marc Korman, Deputy Director of the Planning Department Rose Krasnow, and many other important stakeholders and members attend.…

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