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Montgomery County Planning Board

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Montgomery County Planning Board, from most recent to least.

Montgomery County Releases Guidelines for Equity in Master Planning

Montgomery County Releases Guidelines for Equity in Master Planning

Nena Perry-Brown | July 7th 2020

The Plan was released as a requirement of the Racial Equity and Social Justice Act, enacted in March. ... read »

80 Units at One of Bethesda’s Largest New Developments May Serve as Temporary Short-Term Rentals

80 Units at One of Bethesda’s Largest New Developments May Serve as Temporary Short-Term Rentals

Nena Perry-Brown | June 16th 2020

The development, at the future site of the Bethesda Purple Line stop, is currently under construction. ... read »

One of the Biggest Residential Projects in Bethesda Gets a Thumbs Up

One of the Biggest Residential Projects in Bethesda Gets a Thumbs Up

Nena Perry-Brown | April 24th 2020

The Montgomery County Planning Board approved Battery Lane District yesterday. ... read »

Montgomery County to Introduce Bill Requiring Racial Equity in Planning

Montgomery County to Introduce Bill Requiring Racial Equity in Planning

Nena Perry-Brown | September 16th 2019

The county is holding a hearing on land use and racial equity this morning in advance of a related bill to be introduced tomorrow. ... read »

Massive Residential Project Planned Above Bethesda Metro Station

Massive Residential Project Planned Above Bethesda Metro Station

Nena Perry-Brown | February 27th 2019

A sketch plan for the proposed development was approved last July. ... read »

390 Apartments and a Little Bit of Gotham: The Plans for Bethesda’s Metro Tower

390 Apartments and a Little Bit of Gotham: The Plans for Bethesda’s Metro Tower

Nena Perry-Brown | November 26th 2018

Earlier this year, Saul Centers purchased the building at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Hampden Lane in downtown Bethesda. Now, the company is... read »

Montgomery County Conducts Study to Address Missing Middle Housing

Montgomery County Conducts Study to Address Missing Middle Housing

Nena Perry-Brown | September 24th 2018

The Planning Department recently released a study on how to integrate missing middle housing into the county's residential stock. ... read »

Montgomery County’s  New Requirements For Moderately-Priced Units to Go Into Effect Soon

Montgomery County’s New Requirements For Moderately-Priced Units to Go Into Effect Soon

Nena Perry-Brown | September 17th 2018

As of October 31st, all new residential developments in areas with 150 percent of the county's median income must have a minimum of 15 percent... read »

An Early Look at the Design for Bethesda’s La Madeleine Redevelopment

An Early Look at the Design for Bethesda’s La Madeleine Redevelopment

Nena Perry-Brown | August 31st 2018

Plans to replace the Bethesda restaurant with mixed-use residential were announced earlier this year. ... read »

Over 2,000 Residences and a Central Park: The Plans for Upper Rockville Pike

Over 2,000 Residences and a Central Park: The Plans for Upper Rockville Pike

Nena Perry-Brown | August 13th 2018

Here is what Fivesquares Development is proposing for a nearly 2 million square-foot development adjacent to Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro station. ... read »

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