Friends, you know that we were very excited by the Streetscapes/ Michael Harris homes project at Symphony Park. Fortunately we were able to provide some useful advice to folks interested in that project. Now, we are happy to begin to bring you some information on Bethesda Mews, a new project by the same partners. Our goal is to again provide you as much real time info as we can for this 29 (or so) SFH project on Old Georgetown Road.
If you are interested in learning more about Bethesda Mews feel free to give me a call at (240)486-3921.
Folks, Bethesda Actually will be at the next meeting of Westbard Vision and will report back:
Thank you again for your interest in the future of Westwood Shopping Center and its adjacent properties. After reviewing feedback from the two public workshops and the comments received through the website, we are working to develop design principles. We welcome you to a presentation of those principles Tuesday evening, March 4, 2014. At this meeting, each of the moderators will take additional comments and answer any other questions.Design Principles Presentation Tuesday, March 4 7:30 p.m. Walt Whitman High School Auditorium 7100 Whittier Boulevard, Bethesda, MD 20817
We look forward to continuing this dialogue with you as we explore redevelopment opportunities. Equity One
Happy Valentine’s Day from Bethesda Actually. Here are a couple of shots to warm your heart on this day of love. I have to say the sun mottled snow was beautiful this morning but the snowman with his trusty snowdog melted my heart. =) Alas our picture of the two together didn’t come out so we can only share the shot of snow dog himself. Did anyone else snap the cute couple? If so please send us a shot. And feel free to share any other pictures we can post from your Bethesda Snochi experience.
So no snow day today and heading in was a mixed bag of slosh, snow and refrozen slosh and snow. This sign says it best and here are a few pictures of the conditions this morning heading in. Including beautiful but also blinding sunlight. Be Careful out there.
While much of Bethesda was closed today — even Barnes and Nobles wasn’t open when we headed by — Some places did open up for those hearty souls out to grab a cuppa joe or some supplies. Tastee Diner, Dunkin Donuts, Bethesda Bagels and Giant were all open. And one very aptly named clothing store, Breaking Ice, on Bethesda Avenue looked like it was opening up as we walked by.
It’s a strange one here in Bethesda. We woke up to almost no snow on the trees and we wondered if this had been a bust but when we got outside the inches on the ground had really piled up over night. Our first step out and we seemed to sink a foot. We took out a trusty ruler and headed to Battery Park to measure the accumulation on flat area. We got almost 28cm or just a hair over 11 inches. That’s pretty impressive. Any others out there measuring the snow?
For much of today the snow was deep in some parts but really slushy in others. The roads were mostly cleared down town bethesda but cars wizzing around were spraying goopy/slushy snow up at pedestrians and there were large puddles at intersections. As then next bout of snow comes around and temperatures drop, all that slush may re-freeze. Some re-freezing has already started on what appear to be cleared paths so please be careful out there.
Within 5 mins of starting our snow-scoping walk this morning we came across a very busy Bethesda Urban Partnership Crew. These guys had been out since 7am and I have to say the main streets of Bethesda were looking great! Thanks guys!!!
Just like you, we at Bethesda Actually have been obsessively checking our beloved WashingtonPost Weather Gang every time an ad comes on during the Sochi Olympics. They unofficially named the storm SNOWCHI which we thought was perfect. So we are borrowing it for our updates. Any other names/suggestions out there?
Well, we did get a big snow dump. We measured just under 12 inches in Battery Park!
If you are out and about stay safe and if you are driving please drive slowly!
Feel free to send pictures to share on the blog. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
cheers and happy snow day!