Luxmanor is one of the neighborhoods in White Flint, just west of the Sector Area across Old Georgetown Road, where Nicholson Lane becomes Tilden Lane, the main street of Luxmanor. Tilden Lane is one of the streets projected to have reduced congestion in the White Flint Sector Plan.
Luxmanor is well-represented in the White Flint planning process, with several residents active in groups organized for and against the White Flint Sector Plan; several residents were on the former White Flint Advisory Group to the Planning Board. For example, Luxmanor resident Ken Hurdle, Secretary of the Board of Friends of White Flint, is supporting the Plan; Luxmanor resident Paula Bienenfeld recently sent out a request on PTA list-serves for residents to write to County Councilmembers to oppose the White Flint Plan.
Today’s Washington Post Real Estate section has a glowing article on Luxmanor, describing yard sales, outdoor art, children’s events, and home sales ranging from less than $700,000 to $2.1 million.
You can find the article here: