Event Ended On: Tuesday July 16 2019
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Registration, Networking, & Breakfast
Bethesda and Beyond
An Overview on Rockville, Silver Spring, & More
On Multifamily, Mixed-Use, and the MoCo Moratorium
How Can Developers Find Creative Solutions in Light of the Housing Moratorium in Parts of MoCo?
5151 Pooks Hill Road
Bethesda, MD 20814
Ballroom: Grand Ballroom / First Floor
Parking Information: Complimentary Self Only
As we saw last year, Bethesda is certainly on the rise. From Marriott's move to the area to tenants such as Target and more, projects dot Wisconsin Avenue, promising major change in the region. But change comes with its own issues. A moratorium on development in areas outside of Bethesda, as well as a commercial tax base, has some worrying that Montgomery County as a whole will slide into an economic depression. Can Bethesda alone shoulder this burden? Or is it time for developers to shift their focus to areas just outside of Bethesda, including Rockville and Silver Spring?
Get the answers to these questions at
our Neighborhood Series: Bethesda event. Hear from developers, investors, and thinkers focused on Wisconsin Avenue and beyond to ensure Bethesda and greater Montgomery County continues to grow - especially as rumors of recession are on the rise.
Join the fun on twitter using hashtag #BisnowBethesda and follow us @BisnowDC! For questions, recommendations, comments, or press inquiries, please email our Producer, Elizabeth Baker, at email@example.com. PS - Don't forget those business cards!
1. Beyond Wisconsin Avenue, what major projects are happening in Bethesda and greater Montgomery County?
2. Is Bethesda enough to keep the greater county booming, or will it lead Montgomery County to an economic downslide?
3. Tenleytown, just two stops away from Bethesda, is home to AU - how can developers work to attract these young professionals to live, work, and play in Bethesda?
4. How will major tenants, such as Target, moving into Bethesda affect the area?
A previous subject line was sent in error. MTA is overseeing the Purple Line, not WMATA.