Entries by Andrew Goodman

7 Key Trends Expected To Shape Real Estate in 2021

Major moments in history tend to fuel underlying trends in the real estate market. The COVID-19 pandemic is no different. Many trends that will emerge in 2021 had been brewing for several years but are now front and center because of the economic uncertainty and dramatic shift in daily life of Americans. These seven key […]

New Retail Development Coming to Kensington

 BY: PATRICK HERRON JANUARY 14, 2021   Site plans are being developed for Kensington Crossing, a new retail development that will be located at 10619 Connecticut Avenue (at Plyers Mill Road) in Kensington From their website: “Kensington Crossing is a new 11,000 square foot retail development located in Kensington, MD, one of the most highly sought after […]

Thankful

We are always so pleased when we get raving reviews from our clients. But this family who gave us the opportunity to list their home in Rockville last fall, has really given us all the feels with the personal letter we received. Goodman Realtors prides itself on exceptional customer service and is always willing to […]

Planning Board expected to give early approval to Bethesda apartment building

BY CAITLYNN PEETZ Published: 2020-11-10 The Montgomery County Planning Board this week is expected to give early approval to a Bethesda development project that would produce a seven-story, 60 unit apartment building on Avondale Street. The project, led by SJ Investment Corp., includes demolishing two existing two-story homes at 4526 and 4530 Avondale St., and […]

Biotech company might move into Gaithersburg building

BY DAN SCHERE 10/10/2020 A biotech company that is involved in the federal government’s initiative to develop and distribute a COVID-19 vaccine next year might move into a building in Gaithersburg. City officials won’t disclose the name of the company, but Assistant City Manager Tom Lonergan told Bethesda Beat on Wednesday that it is involved […]

Wawa development on hold in Gaithersburg due to administrative appeal

BY DAN SCHERE Published: 2020-09-14 Plans to build a Wawa gas station and convenience store in Gaithersburg are temporarily on hold because a group of residents and businesspeople have taken the issue to court. The matter has reached the Maryland Court of Special Appeals, the state’s second-highest court. The Gaithersburg City Council approved a schematic […]

Eli Manning Selling His Super Home in Summit, NJ, for $5.25M

By Claudine Zap | Aug 25, 2020 Former New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning has tossed his Summit, NJ, mansion onto the market. After retiring from the NFL earlier this year, the two-time Super Bowl champion is also moving on from his longtime home. If you’re a Giants fan with plenty of cash, you can now score Manning’s upscale abode for $5.25 […]

Twinbrook Quarter development, with Wegmans, approved in Rockville

BY CAITLYNN PEETZ Published: 2020-08-11 Developers hope to break ground next year on a major building project along Rockville Pike that will include a Wegmans grocery store. Last week, after more than a year of often tense public debates, the Rockville Planning Commission gave unanimous approval to the first of six phases of development. The project […]

Lord & Taylor closing in White Flint after company files for bankruptcy

BY DAN SCHERE Published: 2020-08-04 Lord & Taylor will close its doors in North Bethesda after spending the last five years on Rockville Pike by itself following the closure of White Flint Mall. The department store filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy on Sunday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Eastern District of Virginia, according to a […]

School Notes: Board of Education to discuss plan for fall classes on Tuesday

BY CAITLYNN PEETZ Published: 2020-07-13 The Montgomery County Board of Education will meet on Tuesday and conduct a comprehensive review of preliminary plans for fall classes in Montgomery County Public Schools. The meeting will be held virtually and begin at noon. MCPS staff members are expected to present early ideas about whether students will return to […]