It’s been over a year since we first reported that Washington Gas was planning a communications tower for its Nebel Street property and, this week, we learned that they have cleared the last measurable hurdle on the project.
Washington Gas plans a 145′ communications tower, built of galvanized steel, for the center of its property on Nebel Street. … Read More
The latest meeting of the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee was a busy one. In addition to discussion of road projects, Fire Chief Steven Lohr was present to recap the emergency response to last month’s event at the Washington Gas property on Nebel Street.
As Chief Lohr described, three employees were at the multiple-bay vehicle repair facility in the pre-dawn hours of February 12th. … Read More
Comments Off on Updates on Woodglen Drive and Washington Gas Tower
Back in April of last year, we shared that Washington Gas was planning a 145 foot tall communications tower that would sit in the center of their industrial property on Nebel Street, not far from where new residential high-rise buildings are planned. At that time, there were several approvals that were necessary before construction commenced but we’ve not heard any updates since then. … Read More
As Bethesda Now reported last week, Washington Gas is planning a 145-foot communications tower in the center of their property on Nebel Street, at the edge of the White Flint sector. The primary purpose of the tower is to improve Washington Gas’ communications, particularly in times of emergency. They are also open to leasing space on the tower to at least two cell providers.… Read More