North Bethesda Market TOD at White Flint Metro station in Montgomery County, Maryland outside D.C.

North Bethesda Market TOD at White Flint Metro station in Montgomery County, Maryland outside D.C.

From a proposed major redevelopment of a Bethesda shopping area to new office and residential centers around Purple Line stations in Prince George’s County, the suburbs of Washington, D.C. are beginning to look a little more urban. But while the increase in density may be good for the region as a whole, it often ruffles the feathers of those living nearby. We discuss the successes and obstacles of that come with building densely in the Maryland suburbs.

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  • Dan Reed Author, "Just Up The Pike"
  • Roger Berliner Montgomery County Councilmember (D-District 1)
  • Dannielle Glaros Member, Prince George's County Council (D-District 3)

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