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


Tag Archives: Pike and Rose

Uniqlo is coming to Pike and Rose!

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Maryland’s very first Uniqlo store opens at Pike and Rose in the fall of 2018!  For those of you who aren’t familiar with what is often called the Gap of Japan, Uniqlo specializes in inexpensive, casual clothes for men, women, and children. It is known for its unending shelves of beautifully folded shirts, sweaters, and athletic wear.…

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Old Pike and Rose had a farm. Ee-I-ee-I-oh

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As reported on Robert Dyer’s blog, WTOP and Bethesda Beat

Up Top Acres, the urban farming company that brought a 7,000 square foot farm to above Equinox a Bethesda Row and two rooftop farms near Nationals Park, will bring a 17,000 square foot farm Pike & Rose this April. The farm will be located on top of the Old Georgetown Road Garage next to Pallas and will grow about 20,000 pounds of produce annually, including veggies, herbs, and flowers.…

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Heads up on development coming before the Planning Dept. over the next couple of months

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White Flint Development

Offutt Estates, a small townhouse development (5 units), along Hillery Way is returning to the Development Review Committee on January 2, 2018.

Pike and Rose Phase 1 and 2 amendments, including a new office building adjacent to Rose Park and additional changes, will be reviewed by the Planning Board in February 2018.…

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County Executive Kicks Off Gift Outside the Box Campaign at Pike and Rose

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Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett and the Department of Environmental Protection’s Acting Director Patty Bubar launched the County’s Gift Outside the Box holiday campaign on November 20. Other speakers included Executive Vice President of the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce Barbara Ashe and Director of Montgomery Parks Michael F. Riley.

The kick-off event took place at Pike & Rose located at 11920 Grand Avenue in North Bethesda.…

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Pike & Rose Annual Neighborhood Tree Lighting this Friday!

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Join Pike and Rose in the neighborhood Friday, November 17 from 6-8 pm as they kick-off the holiday season with their Annual Neighborhood Tree Lighting.

Holiday Music and Entertainment
Tastings & Food Specials
Seasonal Sales & Promotions
Giveaways & Prizes
LIVE! Ice Carving

Shop your favorite stores for the holidays including H&M, Sephora, Sur La Table , REI, L.L.

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Great Adventures are in Store: L.L.Bean Celebrates Grand Opening of its Newest Store at Pike and Rose

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Outdoor retailer L.L.Bean is pleased to celebrate the grand opening of its newest retail store at Pike & Rose.   The grand opening celebration will begin on Friday, November 10 and go through Sunday, November 12. Everyone is invited to the three-day event featuring giveaways, a variety of family activities, L.L.Bean’s famous Bootmobile and more.…

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Pike and Rose in the Post

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From The Washington Post

If strip malls represent the zenith of the American love affair with the car, new walkable urban-suburban communities exemplify the new love of walking, biking, ride-sharing and relying on public transportation. The replacement of acres of parking lots and shops with “surban” developments is more than a fad; it’s a re-imagination of how people prefer to live.…

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