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County Council Pulls Staging Out of Bethesda Plan, Includes Progress Checks Instead

All but Elrich endorse two-decade growth plan in straw vote

Bethesda Developer in Early Talks About Bringing Regal Theater Back to Wisconsin Avenue

County Council raises height limit on property to accommodate cinema screens

French International School Presents Plans for Elementary Building on Old Georgetown Road

Proposed building would accommodate up to 550 elementary students

Rockville Couple Plans Affordable Housing Project for Adults With Disabilities

Main Street would provide educational, social opportunities

Marriott Executive Addresses Parking Concerns Related to Company’s Move to Downtown Bethesda

Public transportation, increased shuttle service could help alleviate parking demand

Old Metro Car’s Next Stop: Retail Kiosks at Grosvenor-Strathmore Station

A sculptor is cutting up the 4000-series rail car in Brookeville to serve as pop-up shops, benches and art

Downtown Silver Spring Office Building Condemned

Property was purchased for $2.8 million in 2013, according to real estate records

Struggling Silver Spring Office Building Could Turn Into 177 Apartments Catering to Millennials

Developers submit proposal for 11-story project with roughly 7,500 square feet of ground-level retail

Element 28 Apartments in Downtown Bethesda Begin Leasing

High-rise on Commerce Lane sits about a block from Metro station

School Officials, Planning Board Welcome Era of Cooperation

Two groups meet to talk about future development, enrollment projections

Elrich Says Bethesda Plan Review Is Progressing With Marriott Project Schedule in Mind

Comments come during full council’s first work session on the two-decade master plan

Proposed Silver Spring Arena Fails To Generate Developer Interest

No one responded to county’s request for a private partner to develop two downtown parking garages into a 5,000-seat arena

Bethesda Community Group Asks County To Check Data in Drafted Downtown Plan

Reliable development data is integral to community confidence, group members say

Opinion: ‘I Hate What Bethesda Has Become’

New development is stripping downtown Bethesda of its charm and appeal

Forming White Flint Urban District Could Get Boost from New State Legislation

A BID could act as “cheerleader” for Pike District, local advocate says

Board of Appeals Dismisses Dispute Over Historic Bethesda Hardware Store Building

Three Chevy Chase and Bethesda residents brought the appeal to try to prevent the building from being moved from its site next to the Apex Building

Planning Board Meeting Gets Raucous as Officials Discuss Westbard Cemetery Study

Demonstrators accuse planning officials of failing to protect historic site

Business Notes: Clarksburg Outlets Adds Four New Stores

Plus: Chevy Chase shopping center offers tax day deals

State Asks for Ruling in Purple Line Lawsuit

Further delays could have ‘devastating effects’ on light-rail project, attorney general warns

Union Hardware To Close Bethesda Showroom

Owner says bath and home outfitter will transition to appointment-only business as he works on potential redevelopment options for Wisconsin Avenue site

Planning Board Sends Rock Spring Master Plan to the County Council

Growth plan could set stage for building 1.1 million square feet of commercial space, nearly 2,300 homes

Jesus House Plan To Build 1,600-seat Church on New Hampshire Avenue Gets Pushback

Residents complain about Sunday traffic along ‘church row’ in Silver Spring

Tours Now Available of Townhomes at the Brownstones at Chevy Chase Lake

Homes prices start at $1.475 million

Trees Outside Upscale Diner in Bethesda Could Fall Prey to Scramble for Sidewalk Space

Bethesda resident rues potential loss of tree canopy in front of Silver
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