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The Montgomery County Planning Board on Thursday is expected to approve early plans for a project that would bring more than 2.5 million square feet of new development and more than 2,000 residences to White Flint.
The project, called Rose Village, would be on Executive Boulevard, near Montrose Parkway.
Three office buildings, a parking garage and multiple large parking lots are on the property now. The developer, Washington Science Center Joint Venture, has proposed demolishing one of the office buildings, but retaining the two others, then building seven new buildings, according to Planning Board documents.
All but one building would be mixed-use, with ground-floor retail or office space, and the upper levels dedicated to housing. One building would be exclusively residences. Each new building would have a rooftop terrace.
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