Developments in Montgomery County Contribute to Good Living Conditions

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Its location to the southeast of Washington DC makes Montgomery County an ideal place for the establishment of residential and non-residential properties. Many of its areas found importance in mixed use developments. The county is presently tagged as one of the economic engines of the state of Maryland primarily due to the presence of multinational and local companies in its major business hubs.

The year 2013 marks another milestone in Montgomery County’s progress as new developments have already been set up. There are many residential projects that are set to spark the county’s landscape as one of the most sough-after residential areas. Yet, non-residential projects are also expected to shake up many of the county’s towns and cities too.

St. Jude Ame Church in Germantown is getting fixes through its Expansion Ministry Building Project for its Brink Road property. The said project is now on its second phase.

St. Jude Ame Church Germantown

Expected to bring great changes in Aspen Hill is the mixed development Layhill Overlook. It is set to occupy 10 800 gross floor area with 38 luxury end townhouse units approved for construction. This mixed use development has easy access to Route 97 and the Intercounty Connector.

Clarksburg Town Center is also getting a makeover to serve Clarksburg residents better. The new overall site plan will make the center more adept for residential and commercial purposes. More residential spaces composed of about 272 single family dwellings and 102 units of multi-family dwellings are expected to boost the population in the center.

Another important development in Clarksburg is happening in Clarksburg Village. An additional 1135 dwelling units are up for construction. Residents will benefit from fine shopping experience at the nearby Rio Center as well as from other upscale boutiques.

The city of Gaithersburg is not to be left out with multiple developments comprised of the erection of many residential complexes and commercial sites. One of the few structures getting a renovation is the Gaithersburg Aquatic Center.

Crown Farm is also another exciting development that is set to occupy 180 acres of land in a rapidly developing urban corridor. It is expected to create a one-of-a-kind mixed use community. The development is concentrated east of the intersection of Diamondback Drive and Sam Eig Highway. The residential part of this development is set to bring into occupancy 337 townhomes, 60-single family detached homes, 1149 multi-family units, and 257400 square feet of land for commercial purposes.

Here are just few of the many developments within Montgomery County. These developments will not only contribute to the further progress of the respective towns and cities. The emergence of new residential and commercial areas in Montgomery County is also beneficial to those who are looking for their ideal communities or neighborhoods from where to purchase their dream houses. It cannot be denied that these developments are also influential factors towards favorable living conditions. In today’s world where comfort and convenience is a must-have, Montgomery County homes keep you confident of achieving it.


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