||11501 Georgia Avenue
||Mid-Rise Residential apartment project with wrapped structured parking
Five Story, 322 unit residential apartment project with 410 parking units of structured parking on 3.7 acres.
12.5% of the units are reserved as MPDUs. The project is 4 blocks from the Wheaton Metro Station.
||11143 Grandview Avenue
||Mixed use high-rise residential apartment project featuring street level retail space, structured parking
Part of the Public/Private redevelopment of Parking Lot 13 and the Mid County Regional Services Center, the project will provide 204 residential apartments over 12 stories, in the core of the Wheaton Centeral Business District.
The apartments will be situated over street level retail and 3 levels of structured parking. 30% of the units will be reserved as MPDUs, at 50% of Area Median Income.
The project also calls for the development of a Town Square or Public Plaza which will traverse Reedie Drive.
Developer: Stonebridge Carras/Bozzuto Joint venture
|Parking Lot 13 Redevelopment
||11219 Grandview Avenue
||Government-Use office building, street level retail, below ground-public parking, and a Town Square/Public plaza
Approximately 2/3 of County-owned surface Parking Lot 13 and the adjacent Mid-county Regional Services Center will be redeveloped into a 12-Story, 234,500 sq. ft. building.
The government office building will house the Montgomery Regional Office of Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission and several Mongomery County Government Departments.
A public parking garage of approximaately 395 spaces will be situated beneath the building. The project also calls for approx 8,000 sq ft of street level retail space.
The remainder of Parking Lot 13 will be privately developed through a joint venture by Stonebridge Carras and Bozzutto Devfelopment. The project is adjacent to the Wheaton Metro Station.
|Clairmont at Wheaton Metro
||A 42-unit upscale masonry townhouse project with individual garages, a single-family home and a small park was completed in 2004 on the former site of Wheaton Lumber.
||2315 Blueridge Avenue
||Amherst Square / Pembridge Apartments were renovated in December 2004 by its owner, Montgomery Housing Partnership, who invested $5.3 million in the 50-year-old, 133-unit multi-family complex.
||University Boulevard and Georgia Avenue
||32,000 square foot retail project completed in early 2009 on the site of the former landmark restaurant Anchor Inn.
The total project cost was approximately $4.3 million.
|The Exchange at Wheaton Station
||11215 Georgia Avenue
||Grand Opening: October 26, 2013
58,000 sq.ft . retail (Safeway, Starbucks, Bergman’s Dry Cleaners
464 Class A Residential Apartments (Studio, 1Br, 2Br)
Below level retail parking, 3 levels of residential parking
Developer: Patriot Realty Co./Foulger Pratt
||11175 Georgia Avenue
||The $53 million mixed-use project has 173 residential units, two retail spaces totaling 3,500 square-feet, and shares a 223-space parking garage with the Washington Metropolitan Are Transit Authority (WMATA).
|Station R2 - Wheaton Rescue (thru Summer '13)
||11435 Grandview Ave
||The Wheaton Volunteer Rescue Squad plans to move from this location to a new building in late 2013.
|Lot 14 (Blueridge-Hickerson)
||2425 Hickerson Dr
||Lot with 108 spaces requiring payment from 9 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday.
|Lot 33 (University)
||2622 University Blv W
||Lot with 53 spaces requiring payment from 9 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday.
|Lot 34 (Ennalls)
||2510 Ennalls Ave
||Lot with 42 spaces requiring payment from 9 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday.
|Lot 13 (Wheaton Marketplace)
||11219 Grandview Ave
||Lot with 158 spaces requiring payment from 9 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday.
|Lot 17 (Price-Fern)
||2320 Price Ave
||Lot with 68 spaces requiring payment from 9 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday.
|Garage 45 (Amherst)
||11304 Amherst Ave
||Garage with 638 spaces requiring payment 9 am to 6 pm Monday through Friday.
|Wheaton Veterans Park
||11200 Amherst Ave
||In addition to honoring those who have served in the military, the park also honors John P. Hewitt, a former Director of Parks and Commissioner with M-NCPPC.
This 1-acre park was acquired by M-NCPPC in 1978.
|Wheaton Metro Station
||11171 Georgia Ave
||This station features the longest set of single-span escalators in the Western Hemisphere.