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
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White Flint Mall Redevelopment
White Flint Mall redevelopment took another step forward last week. As we’ve reported, Lord & Taylor filed for an injunction last year to halt the revelopment of the mall property. This was denied in December and Lord & Taylor filed an appeal. That appeal hit a snag last week when a federal judge upheld the original denial, clearing the way for White Flint Mall to proceed.…Read More
Here are some updates from the White Flint Sector Plan Implementation Advisory Committee Meeting on January 13th:
The discussion started with a focus on Woodglen Drive and Executive Boulevard. Committee members are concerned with the issues surrounding the shared-use path on Woodglen Drive. There has been some confusion after the county permitting department made what appears to be a mistake when dealing with Paladar Kitchen and Rum Bar. …Read More
As we reported back in July, Lord & Taylor has sued White Flint Mall in an attempt to halt its redevelopment. The current plan calls for Lord & Taylor to stay put during the redevelopment process. But, the lawsuit claims that the ensuing construction zone will obliterate their business and any groundbreaking should be delayed until the store’s lease expires in 2055. …Read More
A letter from the Board of Education that was sent to the Planning Board at the request of Montgomery County Public Schools was the highlight of a Garrett Park Estates/White Flint Park Citizen’s Association meeting on Wednesday. Accordingly, Bruce Crispell, director of long range planning for MCPS, as well as Nkosi Yearwood and Brooke Farquhar from the Planning and Parks departments were there to explain the history of the school site and answer questions.…Read More
It was a dramatic scene when the Bloomingdale’s building at White Flint Mall, which had stood since the mall opened in 1977, was demolished earlier this year. But, shoppers need not despair. The Mall’s owners revealed last week that Bloomingdale’s is open to return once the property has been redeveloped!
This new information was revealed during the course of a lawsuit pending between White Flint Mall and its other anchor, Lord & Taylor. …Read More
Your Friends have been out in the community over the last month and we’re grateful to our partners for engaging us in these fascinating opportunities. Dan Reed and I were both panelists during a Montgomery Housing Partnership breakfast focused on social media in community engagement.
Rob Goldman (President of MHP), Brandon Jenkins (Popularise.com/Fundrise.com),… Read More
Are you curious what’s coming to our redeveloped White Flint? Hoping for a one-stop opportunity to see some of the latest plans? Then join Friends of White Flint on Tuesday morning, April 30th, from 9:30-10:30am for a Showcase of Upcoming Projects.
We’re taking over the Whole Foods cafe and giving you an opportunity to take a look at a handful of projects planned in and around the new White Flint and meet the folks behind the ideas. …Read More
When Ben Harris and his wife moved from Logan Circle in DC to an apartment off of Rockville Pike in 2011, he didn’t know what to call his new neighborhood.
“I was telling people where I live and they would ask ‘What neighborhood is that?'” he says.
This confusion inspired the name of Harris’s new local blog, NorthFlintVille.…Read More
White Flint Mall opened in 1977 as the emblem of Montgomery County’s rising suburban affluence, but over time the luxury mall began to show its age. Now located at the center of the urbanizing White Flint Sector Plan area, the mall’s transformation into an urban neighborhood is a sign of where the county’s going.…Read More