Timpano Italian Chophouse To Close in Rockville

New building for fast-casual eateries to be built on site


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Timpano Italian Chophouse is planned to be demolished.

Andrew Metcalf

Timpano Italian Chophouse announced this month it is closing in January, as part of Federal Realty Investment Trust’s planned changes at the Montrose Crossing Shopping Center in Rockville.

The Rockville-based developer announced in May that it wanted to demolish the restaurant and replace it with a more modern structure that would house a mix of fast-casual eateries.

Federal Realty will replace the 10,700-square-foot Timpano building with a 19,000-square-foot structure with outdoor seating. The Montgomery County Planning Board approved the changes in October.

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