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North Bethesda

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under North Bethesda, from most recent to least.

Best New Listings: A Loft, A Log Cabin and an Architect's Rowhouse

Best New Listings: A Loft, A Log Cabin and an Architect's Rowhouse

Nena Perry-Brown | May 11th

This week’s Best New Listings includes an architect-owned Bloomingdale rowhouse, a converted schoolhouse loft, and a log cabin on a six-acre wooded ... read»

614-Unit Mixed-Used Development for White Flint Moves Forward

614-Unit Mixed-Used Development for White Flint Moves Forward

Nena Perry-Brown | Sep 9th

The White Flint area is one step closer to urbanized revitalization after the Montgomery County Planning Board granted unanimous approval to a mixed-u... read»

REI Will Open New Store in Second Phase of Pike & Rose

REI Will Open New Store in Second Phase of Pike & Rose

Tianna Mañón | Aug 27th

The large outdoor goods retailer will join dozens of stores in the second phase of the redevelopment, according to blogger Robert Dyer. ... read»

Montgomery County's Tallest Residences Will Have Fewer Offices, More Condos

Montgomery County's Tallest Residences Will Have Fewer Offices, More Condos

UrbanTurf Staff | Jun 11th

JBG's North Bethesda Market II will still boast the tallest residential building in Montgomery County, but it will have less of an office component th... read»

Montgomery County's Tallest Residences Could Be Moving Forward

Montgomery County's Tallest Residences Could Be Moving Forward

UrbanTurf Staff | Jun 2nd

Late last week, Friends of White Flint reported that The JBG Cos. will be holding a public meeting on June 10 to "review amendments to previously appr... read»

Renderings Released of Montgomery County's Tallest Residences

Renderings Released of Montgomery County's Tallest Residences

Shilpi Paul | Nov 19th

ArchiBIM has released revised renderings of the second phase of JBG's North Bethesda Market, which will eventually be home to the tallest residences i... read»

What $1,700 Rents You in the DC Area

What $1,700 Rents You in the DC Area

Shilpi Paul | Jul 18th

This week in What X Rents You, UrbanTurf looked in the $1,700 a month range and found a variety of choices for prospective renters in the region with ... read»

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