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Marriott Finalizes Development Deal for Downtown Bethesda Headquarters

Project partners plan to finish offices, flagship hotel by 2022

Planning Board Looks To Increase Max Building Density at Grosvenor-Strathmore Site

Staff estimates changes could raise housing count from 1,145 to 1,397 units

Planning Board To Vote on High-Rise Project at Former Steamers Site in Bethesda

Proposal calls for 110-foot building at Auburn and Norfolk avenues

Proposal Filed To Turn Former Car Dealership Site into Apartments at Westfield Montgomery Mall

Early plans show apartments with plaza, walking trail on former Ourisman site

Planning Board Passes Redevelopment Proposal for Its Own Headquarters

Project on Georgia Avenue envisioned as a gateway to downtown Silver Spring

Carr Plans To Cut Historic Community Hardware Store In Half for Aug. 19 Move

Move will allow demolition and redevelopment of Apex Building to continue

Goodbye Police Station, Hello Hotel High-Rise?

StonebridgeCarras submits plan for 220-room hotel at station site on Wisconsin Avenue

Dilapidated Downtown Silver Spring Homes Being Demolished

It’s not clear what will happen to the property when homes are gone

Ourisman Garage Dispute Moves Toward Resolution as Planners Give Nod to Trail Proposal

Car dealership offers to build public plaza where Capital Crescent Trail runs into Bethesda Row

Futsal About To Get a Test Run in Silver Spring

County plans to build its first court as part of Dewey Local Park renovations

Maryland Court of Appeals Upholds $3.9 Million Legal Fee Payout in Bainbridge Bethesda Construction Dispute

The building’s developer was contesting whether adjacent property owner Lenny Greenberg was entitled to legal fees after his building was damaged during construction

U.S. Court of Appeals Grants Stay in Purple Line Case, Restoring Project’s Federal Approval

‘It’s a stunning rebuke of Judge Leon,’ County Council President Roger Berliner said.

Playground Upgrades, New Dog Park Could Be Coming to Silver Spring

Planning Board set to review to park renovation projects during Thursday meeting

County Council Members Split Over Affordable Housing, Height Caps in Bethesda

Approved map will limit height bonuses around edges of downtown

Planning Board To Consider Ourisman’s Proposed Capital Crescent Trail Improvements in Garage Dispute

Car dealership trying to cement deal with Montgomery County so it can keep a parking garage expansion partly built in the trail easement

New Windows Symbolize New Hope for Silver Spring Apartment Tenants

Owners of Flower Branch apartments work to improve conditions at nearby complex

Blueprint for Future White Flint Development Clears Planning Board

County Council will now consider document allowing up to 6,000 new homes

Hearing on Potomac Banquet Hall Delayed For Council Vote on Country Inn Bill

Legislation would place restrictions on building facilities in residential areas

Developer JBG Announces New Headquarters in Downtown Bethesda

Company says decision will keep hundreds of jobs in Montgomery County

Business Notes: StonebridgeCarras Buys Bethesda Property for New Office Building

Plus: Bethesda Row sidewalk sale takes place this weekend; Defense Department announces purchase of Lockheed fighter planes

Council Majority Backs Firm Height Caps Near Bethesda’s Fringe

County leaders to map out areas where height bonuses are barred

Opposition Rising Against Plan To Study Second Potomac River Crossing in Montgomery County

Hogan said it’s not something Maryland is pushing for

Transportation Committee Lobbies Against Restricting Bethesda Height Bonuses

ACT urges County Council not to limit incentives for affordable housing

Inside Pike & Rose’s Newest Apartment Complex

August expected to bring retail openings, first resident move-ins
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