Suburban Business District
Multifamily For-Sale Housing
Multifamily Rental Housing
A six-block urban mixed-use infill project anchored by restaurants, shops, for-sale and rental multifamily housing, parking, and two public buildings (a regional library and a business innovation and arts center), Rockville Town Square is the first phase in the development of a 60-acre (24-ha) town center master plan. Located in an inner-ring, outside-the-Beltway suburb of Washington, D.C, on the Red Line of the city’s Metrorail mass transit system, the pedestrian-oriented project features the two public buildings and four mid-rise residential structures atop ground-floor retail space, all surrounding a town square. The result of a public/private partnership among local developers, the city of Rockville, and Montgomery County, Rockville Town Square has created an urban live/work/play environment in an established suburban community.
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Case Study/Profile Type: DCS
World Region: North America
Developer(s): Ross Development & Investment, The DANAC Corporation, Federal Realty Investment Trust
Website (Dev.): http://www.rossinvestments.com, http://www.danac.com, http://www.federalrealty.com
Designer(s): WDG Architects
Website (Des.): ww.wdgarch.com