Dallas Market Center is a 5,000,000-square-foot wholesale trade center housing showrooms where manufacturers sell merchandise to large and small retailers. More than 100,000 people are attracted to Dallas Market Center during major market weeks.
Village of Leesburg is located south of Route 7 (East Market Street) and north of Tuscarora Creek, straddling Crosstrail Boulevard. The town center parcels have been built, along with a new interchange on Route 7 at Crosstrail Boulevard and Russell Branch Parkway.
Montgomery County awarded Lot 31 Associates rights to redevelop Lot 31/31A, a 279-space surface parking lot on the south side of Bethesda Avenue at Woodmont Avenue in the Bethesda Central Business District. Lot 31 Associates built two residential buildings with approximately 245 market-rate, workforce, and moderately-priced units; and 42,000 S.F. of ground-level retail space – all above a 1,480 parking space garage.
Stop and Shop, the parent company of Giant Food, plans to transform a moribund supermarket, half-vacant retail stores, and surface parking lots into a vibrant, mixed-use town center in the affluent Cleveland Park neighborhood of Washington, DC. Street-level retail shops and four floors of apartments will be built above one level of underground parking on the North Parcel. Two levels of retail shops, office space, and a modern supermarket will be built above two levels of underground parking on the South Parcel.