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Staging and Monitoring Reports

White Flint Development Activity

Track development in White Flint using our staging monitor, which follows each stage of development plans submitted in the sector plan area.

White Flint Biennial Monitoring Report

The Biennial Master Plan Monitoring Report includes an assessment of development approvals, public facilities and amenities, Subdivision Staging and the Capital Improvements Program (CIP).

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Read the 2015 Report

Read the 2013 Report

Staging Allocations

Prior to the submission of a building permit, each development must receive a Staging Allocation Request (SAR) from the Planning Board. The SAR draws down on the residential and non-residential development recommended in the Sector Plan.

The Planning Board on April 16, 2015, approved staging allocation for 160,705 square feet of non-residential development for Pike and Rose-Phase II-Buildings 1A, 3A, 4 and 8-as approved in Site Plan No. 820130120.

On July 24, 2014, the Planning Board approved allocation of 368 residential units and no non-residential development for Buildings 6 and 7, as approved in Site Plan No. 820130120.

The Planning Board, on January 17, 2014, granted Staging Allocation No. 25800 approval to Pike and Rose for 1,000 square feet of non-residential development.

In March 2012, the Board approved Staging Allocation Request No. 25400 for Pike and Rose (Mid-Pike Plaza), allocating 493 residential dwelling units and 262,800 square feet of non-residential development.

Approvals

All Commercial Residential (CR) zoned properties in White Flint require a sketch plan as the initial application. A sketch plan illustrates the general massing of new buildings; anticipated uses, open spaces, pedestrian and vehicular circulation systems; and relationships between buildings to existing and proposed uses.

Sketch plan approval is required before applicants can submit preliminary and site plans.

Plan Sketch Plan approval Preliminary Plan approval Site Plan approval Details Rendering
Saul Centers White Flint 320140010 approved April 2014 Up to 1.43 million sq. ft. of residential development and up to 205,000 sq. ft. of non-residential development on 9.42 gross acres. Saul Centers White Flint Sketch Plan [PDF]
Pike and Rose – Phase 2 32011010 approved January 2011 120120020 approved February 2012 and 12012002A approved October 10, 2013 820130120 approved October 10, 2013 and 820120020 approved February 2012 Up to 645,976 square feet of residential development and up to 1,122,960square feet of non-residential development on approximately 13.21 gross acres See images and additional information at http://pikeandrose.com
Gables White Flint 320130010 Approved October 2013 120150010 approved April 2015 820150010 approved April 2015 Up to 476 residential dwelling units and 31,000 square feet of non-residential development on approximately 5.14 gross acres Gables Sketch Plan [PDF]
Pike and Rose 32011010 approved January 2011 120120020 approved February 2012 820120020 approved February 2012 24 acres Phase I: 493 residential dwelling units and 341,800 square feet of non-residential development. Phase II: site plan under review by the Planning Department. See images and additional information at http://pikeandrose.com
North Bethesda Gateway 320110020 approved January 2011 Up to 1.26 million square feet of non-residential development and up to 1.07 million square feet of residential development. North Bethesda Gateway Site Plan [PDF] (369 KB)
North Bethesda Market II 320110030 approved January 2011

Amendment: 32011003A approved January 2015

120120060 approved March 2012

Amendment: 120120060A approved January 2015

820120040 Approved March 2012

Amendment: 82012004A approved January 2015

Up to 470 residential dwelling units and 175,260 square feet of non-residential development.
White Flint Mall 320120040 approved October 2012 5.22-million square foot development will include 2.87 million square feet of residential uses, office, retail and public uses and public uses. White Flint Mall Site Plan [PDF] (20.8 MB)

 

Last Updated: January 9, 2018