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Planning Board Gears Up for Meeting on White Flint Growth Plan

Plan calls for 5,700 new homes, 2.77 million square feet of nonresidential development

‘Beautiful’ Development Plan Proposed for Apex Building Site

County Planning Board review comes as Marriott weighs downtown Bethesda options

Westbard Development Opponents Get $5,000 Donation From 550-home Neighborhood Group for Court Battle

Case aimed at blocking redevelopment plans set for Friday court hearing

Residents To Hear Pedestrian, Bicycle Infrastructure Plans for Downtown Bethesda

Meeting to discuss recommendations in Bethesda Downtown Plan

Transit Agencies Say Metro’s Woes Won’t Impact Purple Line

The Maryland and Federal Transit agencies asked Friday that a judge who has stalled work on the light-rail project allow it to proceed

Regal Cinemas Bids Farewell to Downtown Bethesda

Multiplex cleared out Thursday to set stage for Apex Building’s redevelopment

Updated: Northbound Drivers Urged To Avoid Stretch of Rockville Pike

Utility work causes daytime traffic issues

County Seeks Development Partner for Proposed Silver Spring Arena

5,000-seat site could host graduations, sporting events

Elizabeth Square Project Partners Questioned about Planned Recreation, Aquatic Centers

County officials update council members on major redevelopment in downtown Silver Spring

Stonehall’s ‘Quality Restaurant’ No Longer Part of Bethesda Project

Duball gets requirement stripped because term is ‘arcane’

New Progress Place Enables Silver Spring Development To Move Forward in Ripley District

County officials celebrated Saturday the opening of resource building and shelter for the homeless

County Parks Planners To Survey Residents on Recreation Needs

Staff expect to present Energized Public Spaces master plan draft in April

Regal Cinema in Bethesda to Close Doors This Month

Theater, other businesses clear out of Apex Building as demolition nears

Rock Spring Property Owners Say Drafted Master Plan Is too Conservative

Zoning flexibility needed to establish vibrant core area, speakers say at hearing

Hearing Will Consider Relocating Historic Community Paint and Hardware Building

Developer wants to move Bethesda structure to Middleton Lane parking lot

Montgomery County Council President Bashes Judge’s Ruling as Purple Line Opponents Double Down

Chevy Chase plaintiffs in federal lawsuit call for new environmental study, public hearings

County Council To Consider Marriott and Purple Line Appropriations

County Executive Ike Leggett requested $11 million for Marriott’s relocation and another $8 million for improvements to the Bethesda Purple Line Station

Looking Back: Designs For Montgomery County's Purple Line Stations

Purple Line Transit Partners produced the designs for the light-rail project

Westbard Plans Don’t Show Underground Utilities Because They Don’t Have To

Sector plan does not include requirement to move power, telephone lines

Silver Spring Development Project Transforms Aging Offices into 102 Condos

County lent developers $4.1 million to build homes for first-time buyers
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