Comments Off on Notes from the last Friends of White Flint Meeting
** The following are draft minutes of the meeting held on September 3, 2014 of the Board of Directors of Friends of White Flint. These minutes will remain in draft form until approved at the next Board meeting. In the meantime, please email suggested edits to Info@WhiteFlint.org **
Draft of Minutes of the September 3, 2014 Friends of White Flint Board of Director’s Meeting 2014 Board of Directors Meeting September 3, 2014 at 6:30 pm Georgetown Village Condominium Community Room
Board members include Howard Feldman, James Schaeffer, Chad Salganik, Amber Tedesco, Suzanne Hudson, Francine Waters, Bill Carey, Barnaby Zall, Todd Lewers, Brian Downie, and Kristi Smith. …
Yesterday, Bethesda Now reported the news that Gaithersburg restaurant Quincy’s Bar and Grille will be opening a location in White Flint. Featuring casual fare and live music, the newest Quincy’s will be located at 11401 Woodglen Drive, between Executive Boulevard and Nicholson Lane. It’s the mid-rise building with a shopping strip on the ground floor and it’s part of the second phase of JBG’s North Bethesda Market II.…
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Nkosi Yearwood began the committee meeting by discussing updates on the various development projects:
Saul Centers’ White Flint sketch plan was approved April 17th by the Planning board.
North Bethesda Gateway development is moving forward after the sketch plan was amended last year. The preliminary site plan was amended 3 weeks ago and will be coming to the Planning Board in the near future.
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Since the Jewish holiday, Passover, falls on the next White Flint Sector Implementation Advisory Committee meeting date of Monday April 14th, there will be no Implementation Advisory Committee meeting this month.
N’kosi Yearwood, White Flint’s lead planner, sent along updates on projects and planning happening now around the White Flint District that you can find below:
Saul Centers White Flint is going to the Montgomery County Planning Board on April 17.
Yesterday, BethesdaNow.com reported that the Maryland State Highway Administration and the County Department of Transportation have expressed concern about Saul Center’s proposed project on Rockville Pike. The redevelopment of the Metro-Pike Plaza would offer three mixed-use buildings on the west side of Rockville Pike, between Nicholson Lane and Marinelli Drive. Woodglen Drive is slated to extend north, between the Saul Property and The Grand apartment building to connect with Marinelli.…
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Next week is the second week of the month, which means it’s time to mark your calendars for White Flint meetings!
On July 8th at 7:00pm, the Implementation Advisory Committee will hold their monthly meeting at Wall Local Park/Kennedy Shriver Aquatic Center. B.F. Saul/Saul Centers, who owns the Metro Pike Shopping Center (home to sweetFrog, Dunkin Donuts, and 7-11) as well as the Staples and adjacent buildings across the street, will be presenting their sketch plan to the committee.…
Comments Off on Be the First to See Saul Centers’ Plan for their White Flint Properties
Saul Centers Inc. owns some pretty prominent land in White Flint and, on Tuesday evening April 30th, we’ll get our first peek at their plans for it. Saul owns three properties along Rockville Pike, between Nicholson Lane and Marinelli Road.