by Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (8787 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring 20910) in Silver Spring, MD .
Written in English
|Other titles||Friendship Heights sector plan, Friendship Heights|
|Statement||prepared by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Montgomery County Department of Park and Planning ; approved by the Montgomery County Council, January 27, 1998; adopted by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, March 18, 1998.|
|LC Classifications||HT167.5.M3 M39 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 150, 34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||00274137|
Approved and adopted Friendship Heights sector plan / Friendship Heights sector plan | Friendship Heights "An amendment to the Friendship Heights Sector Plan for the Central Business District, , as amended; the Master Plan for Bethesda-Chevy Chase, , as amended; the General Plan (On Wedges and Corridors). Friendship Heights VILLAGE NEWS The Village News is a publication of the Village Council, the elected governing body of the Special Tax District of the Village of Friendship Heights, South Park Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD , The newsletter is produced through the cooperative efforts of volunteers, Council members, and Village File Size: 2MB. When Montgomery County adopted the Friendship Heights Sector Plan in , the site became eligible for greater density and became an Author: Sarah Krouse. Friendship Heights Sector Plan both for Parcel 6 and Parcel 4 ( Friendship Boulevard) and included copies of three resolutions approved by the Council. All three resolutions are consistent with the objectives set forth in the Sector Plan, which, with regard to File Size: 6MB.
Earlier, the council had approved a sector plan that would allow for more than one million square feet of new development on an eight-acre property at . New Friendship Heights Sector Plan was adopted, dominated by a policy that growth is encouraged around Metro Stations. Development was approved on three major sites: GEICO, “Wisconsin Place” on Hecht’s site (by New England Development), and “Chevy Chase Center,” east of Wisconsin Avenue (by Chevy Chase Land Company). intent of master and sector plans. Staff recommends approval of ZTA as introduced to allow a parcel that is smaller than the required minimum size to be approved for either the TS-R or TS-M zone if the parcel is designated for the TS-R or TS-M zone on an approved and adopted master plan or sector plan and is located adjacent. reduction in amount of parking; located at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and Wisconsin Circle; Friendship Heights Sector Plan Staff Recommendation: Approval and Adoption of Resolution. M. Folden. Approved: Black Hill Site Plan Amendment for Forest Conservation Plan Purposes, D. Amendment to Site Plan for Forest Conservation Plan.
In October , following public hearings, the Board adopted a Final Sector Plan for Friendship Heights. Included in this plan was a recommendation that Donohoe's property be acquired by the local taxing district for a community recreation center. In the alternative, the plan recommended that the property be downzoned as originally proposed. In order to assure that the scale of development in the future will result in a quality of life that would be appropriate for areas such as Friendship Heights, the approved and adopted Sector Plan allows for an additional , square feet of office use, , square feet of retail use, 1, residential dwelling units, and a projected. Since the adoption of the Sector Plan for the Friendship Heights CBD in , Friendship has consistently opposed the development of what it terms, with some justification, a "ring road."  The decision herein, by the trial court, is based upon subject matter jurisdiction. Central to Friendship's appeal, however, is the construction of a. Adopted Budget FY , Approved Capital Improvements Program for FYs , Characteristics of Resident Workers and Outcommuters: , Montgomery County and the Washington Metropolitan Area, Critique of the Proposed Friendship Heights Sector Plan, First Annual Growth Policy Report of the Montgomery County Planning.