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Non-Residential Subdivisions Approved

Montgomery County Policy Areas, 1991-2004

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Non-Residential Subdivisions Approved
Montgomery County Policy Areas, 2003-2004 (square foot)
Annual Growth Policy Area 2003 2004
Office Retail Ind/Ware Other Office Retail Ind/Ware Other
1 Aspen Hill                
2 Bethesda CBD   62,808     1,489 18,285    
3 Bethesda/Chevy Chase         75,000      
33 Clarksburg         1,500,000 120,000    
4 Cloverly                
5 Damascus                
6 Derwood     11,300       10,341  
7 Fairland/ White Oak 5,096 16,488     365,000      
35 Friendship Heights                
8 Gaithersburg City 1,447,488 191,880 32,159   800,846 32,405    
9 Germantown East 1,368,847 1,500            
10 Germantown West 55,936 15,256           4,200
11 Germantown Town Center 36,000 169,077   9,329        
24 Grosvenor                
12 Kensington/Wheaton                
13 Montgomery Village/Airpark           30,940    
14 North Bethesda     74,865   310,870 405,405   513,250
15 North Potomac         214,909 28,000    
16 Olney         35,000      
17 Potomac 2,500              
18 R & D Village 820,000 30,000            
19 Rockville City 669,538   210,819         203,262
34 Shady Grove 3,100     102,522 225,178 104,463   25,900
20 Silver Spring CBD                
21 Silver Spring/Takoma Park 60,000       107,828 17,742   8,434
25 Twinbrook 4,000         3,750 143,910  
22 Wheaton CBD           140,000   371,000
26 White Flint                
23 Rural 1,165,197 477,037     1,260 320,037   80,000
  Goshen                
  Patuxent       13,000        
  Poolesville   2,125            
  Rock Creek                
  Travilah/Darnestown             10,000  
Total Policy Areas 5,637,702 966,171 329,143 442,294 3,637,380 1,221,027 164,251 1,206,046
Source: Montgomery County Department of Park and Planning, Research and Technology Center.