Thursday, December 11, 2008

The Adele Approved in Silver Spring

As expected, Fenton Street Development's mixed-use project in downtown Silver Spring, the Adele, was approved by the Montgomery County Planning Board this afternoon. The development at 8620 Fenton Street will add 96 units of housing - including 15 affordable - 18,200 square feet of office space and 15,020 square feet of retail to the Silver Spring Central Business District. The project is being designed by the SK&I Architectural Design Group and expected to open for business in 2011.

Silver Spring real estate development news


Anonymous said...

Go Silver Spring! Having lived very close to DTSS for almost 8 years, it is just remarkable the transformation that continues in this community. Say what you want about the ugly stucco big-boxes on Ellsworth, but that along with the Discovery heralded in a remarkable and unending string of developments. We continue to get unique and non-chain stores & restaurant and have finally become a destination in our own right. Yes, we still have a long way to go, but wow, look how far we have come!

working poor said...

when will there be a bew building of AFFORDABLE HOUSING in silver spring ?
the solaire ripley,the citron, the orion, the Canada dry, the heritage, the viridian, the blairs, mica condominiums, are all extremely costly.

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