November 28, 2018
Press Releases & News

Mixed-Use, Transit-Oriented Development Back to Grade in Wheaton

Wheaton, MD - On November 26, Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett,  Montgomery County Department of Transportation Director Al Roshdieh, and District 4 Montgomery County Councilmember Nancy Navarro joined Clark Construction and StonebridgeCarras to celebrate the completion of the Wheaton Revitalization Project’s underground parking structure and infrastructure and to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of the project's trades people. This transit-oriented development, which is now back-to-grade, will help to transform Wheaton's central business district.

As part of the Wheaton Revitalization Project, Clark is constructing a 308,000 square-foot government office building. In addition to the 14-story office building, the project will provide 397 underground parking spaces, first-floor retail space, and a new town square that will serve as a gathering space for the community.

The office building, which is targeting LEED platinum certification, will house the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission and numerous Montgomery County municipal offices including Environmental Protection, Health and Human Services, Permitting Services, Recreation and Community Use of Public Facilities as well as the Mid-County Regional Services offices.

Construction completion is slated for May 2020.