Washingtonian Magazine Which Washington-Area Neighborhoods Will Boom Next?
Montgomery County’s White Flint Sector Plan, approved in 2010, envisions that outdated strip malls and vacant property along Rockville Pike will give way to town centers and a pedestrian-friendly streetscape. It’s taking shape with developments such as Pike & Rose and North Bethesda Market—where housing, offices, and boutiques commingle—sprouting along the busy thoroughfare. The county’s loosening liquor laws have also drawn breweries and distilleries, including True Respite, Saints Row, and 7 Locks. The next phase calls for 16,000 new homes and 22,000 additional jobs in the area over the next 30 years.
For sale now: A brand-new 631-square-foot studio at Pike & Rose for $340,900.
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