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Here in Bethesda, the recent purchase of two condominium units within Quarry Springs by a single buyer, represents the largest residential condo transaction in square feet completed in the greater D.C. area within the past ten years.
The owner of the Quarry Springs community in Bethesda has sold two adjoining condominiums to a single buyer for $6.25 million.
Riverside Business Center in Whitehall comprises 423,900 square feet and was 87 percent leased to 11 tenants at the time of sale.
Riverside Business Center presented us with the unique opportunity to acquire a high-quality Class “B” light industrial property
Bob Elliott, who grew up in Montgomery County and now lives in Rockville, joined Lantian Development from WashREIT last summer and became CEO in February.
Shady Grove Neighborhood Center will feature 200,000 square feet of office space, 100,000 square feet of retail, a hotel and as many as 1,600 residential units.
A mixed-use development with commercial office space, a retail area, a hospitality component and a residential section has been proposed for a 31-acre section of Shady Grove Road between Choke Cherry and Gaither roads, a company proposal says.
A project plan was submitted last month for a mixed-use development on 31 acres along Shady Grove Road between Choke Cherry Road and Gaither Road.
Developers have unveiled an aerial rendering of the “mini-city” they imagine rising out of a 31-acre site on Shady Grove Road in Rockville.