We’re looking forward to the new options and amenities, including more restaurants and bars, that will be coming to White Flint. Having a variety of options close to each other may in fact interest Millennials and empty nester/retiring Baby Boomers alike, as many people from both generations seek more walkable, amenity-rich, transit-oriented communities.…Read More
Tag Archives: Nighttime Economy
The county’s Nighttime Economy Task Force has been in the news since February, and has met several times already to “examine policies, resources and amenities that address Montgomery County’s nightlife offerings.”Read More
Montgomery County community leaders want to draw more Millennials, members of the generation born between 1982 and 2000, hoping that they’ll stick around when they’re older. As they explore ways to attract twenty- and thirtysomethings, from new transit projects to more nightlife, it’s worth looking at where they live in Montgomery County today.…Read More
If you’re planning a night out, you might naturally gravitate towards Bethesda, Silver Spring or the District. But what about here in White Flint? As it turns out, you could do worse than spending your evening on Rockville Pike.
By now, you’ve probably read the Washington Post article about Montgomery County’s nascent Night Time Economy initiative, intended to make the county a more attractive place to live for young professionals whom officials hope will stick around when they’re older.…Read More