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Silver Spring Central Business District Presentation to the Silver Spring Urban District Advisory Committee Speaker:

Robert Kronenberg, Acting Chief of Area 1 The Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission

Overview:

Revitalization Efforts CBD Districts Implementation (Under Construction, Approved, Under Review) Future Planning and Growth

Silver Spring Central Business District Overview

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Silver Spring Central Business District Revitalization Efforts

• Sector Plan Adopted in 2000 • Establishes the Framework for Future Growth in Downtown Silver Spring • Evaluates future housing, employment, transportation, environment, design and cultural resources

Silver Spring Central Business District Overview

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Silver Spring CBD: In Development Implementation Projects under review [8621 Ga. Ave., Fenton Street, Studio Plaza]

Projects Approved [Falklands, Fenwick Station, City Place, Silver Spring Park, 814 Thayer, Studio Plaza, The Adele, Bonifant Plaza]

Projects Under Construction [8711 Ga. Ave., Citron, SS Metro, 1050 & 1150 Ripley, Silver Spring Library, 8021 Ga. Ave., The Galaxy]

Silver Spring Central Business District Implementation Optional Method of Development Projects •Mix of Uses in the CBD •Increased Density •Consolidation of Properties •Public Use Space and Amenities Provided •Compliance with the Sector Plan •Improved Transportation and Circulation • Reliance on different modes of transportation (transit, bicycle, pedestrian) •Environmental Benefits • Improved stormwater management, green building design

Silver Spring CBD Projects Under Construction • CBD Core 1-Downtown Silver Spring – Residential 2-Silver Spring Transit Center 3-Silver Spring Regional Library • CBD North 4-8711 Georgia Avenue •Ripley District 5-Ripley Street North •CBD South 6-The Galaxy 7-8021 Georgia Avenue

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Citron •

222 rental units, 31 affordable

8711 Georgia Avenue • 152,740 gsf • Approx. 150 units • 4,462 sf retail • 13 Stories, 143’ tall • Structured parking • Public art

Ripley Street North

• 385 Dwelling Units •5,541 sf. Retail •Public Art

The Galaxy

• 241 Dwelling Units • 3,663 sf. Retail • 6 Stories

8021 Georgia Avenue

• 210 Dwelling Units • 90’ tall • Structured parking •Public Art • Streetscape improvements

Silver Spring CBD Projects Approved • CBD Core 1-City Place • CBD North 2-8621 Georgia Avenue 3-Fenwick Station • CBD West 4-Falkland North •Fenton Village 5-Silver Spring Park 6-Bonifant Plaza 7-The Adele 8-814 Thayer 9-Studio Plaza (project plan only)

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Falkland North

Site Plan • Multi-building, • • •

mixed-use development 1,276,329 sf. total 70,000 sf. retail 1,250 du (157 MPDUs and 59 WFHUs) Amended Tree Variance

Public Space & Amenities: Pedestrian Areas

Public Space & Amenities: Stream Area

Fenwick Station

• 310 residential units (39 MPDUs) • 60 feet in height (six stories) • Below grade parking (330 spaces), driveway access from Fenwick Lane • New plaza, sidewalks, bike paths, trail connections

Silver Spring CBD: Under Review • CBD North 1-8621 Georgia Avenue • Fenton Village 2-Studio Plaza 3-(Fenton Street) Wayne Avenue Church

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Studio Plaza

• 626,781 sf. base density • w/o MPDU bonus •15% MPDUs • Workforce Housing for >50% of site • Max. height • 60’ on Fenton Street • 110’  Georgia Avenue • 23.2% on-site public space • 22.5% off-site amenities • Public art • LEED-NC + LEED-ND

Wayne Avenue Baptist Church

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Multi-family units Ground-floor retail New Church ZTA for height in FVOZ

8621 Georgia Avenue

• 191,281 gsf • 185,072 sf office • 6,209 sf retail • 13 Stories, 143’ tall • Structured parking • LEED-NC Silver • Public Art • Amenity investment • Streetscape improvements

Potential Future Projects • The Blairs • The Adele • Silver Spring Library-Residential Site

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Further Implementation of the Sector Plan Opportunities for Public Space/Green Space/Recreational Facilities Growth around the Transit Facilities Environmental Sustainability for Sites Increased Focus on Design of Buildings and Sites


Development in Downtown Silver Spring 2013