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Mazza Gallerie sold, to be redeveloped under new owner

Plus: Maryland not enforcing puppy mill law; Montgomery County delegation re-elects leadership

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Mazza Gallerie sold, to be redeveloped under new owner

An affiliate of Tishman Speyer has acquired Mazza Gallerie in Friendship Heights and plans to redevelop the retail center as apartments.

The New York-based developer bought the 294,000-square-foot property at 5300 Wisconsin Ave. NW for $52 million, according to the D.C. Office of Tax and Revenue. [Washington Business Journal]

Maryland not enforcing puppy mill law

A year and a half after Maryland banned pet stores from selling dogs and cats, Fox 5 has discovered that no one is enforcing the law.

At least three shops — Charm City Puppies in Columbia and Just Puppies in Rockville and Towson — are still selling dogs. [Fox 5]

Montgomery County delegation re-elects leadership

The Montgomery County delegation in the House of Delegates has re-elected its leadership for another year.

Del. Marc Korman (D) will continue as chair for the delegation after a vote at a brief meeting Monday night. [Maryland Matters]

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