Entries by Andrew Goodman

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 […]

Short-term rentals approved for Bethesda development

By Caitlynn Peetz Published: 2020-06-18 17:00 The Montgomery County Planning Board on Thursday approved modifications to a downtown Bethesda building project to include up to 80 short-term rental units. In August 2018, Carr Properties began work on The Wilson and The Elm, which was expected to hold 480 apartments and office space. The two residential […]

Mike Tyson’s Former Bethesda Estate Asks $8.5M

By: Alessia Grunberger 5/27/2020 BETHESDA, MD — The Bethesda home once belonging to retired professional boxer Mike Tyson will soon hit the market for $8.5 million. Situated along the sixth hole of the Congressional Country Club’s golf course, the stunning 5.3-acre estate is owned by Tyson’s ex-wife Monica Turner. The couple married in 1997 — […]

Bill and Melinda Gates Purchase Southern California Mansion for $43 Million

By Annie Goldsmith 4.24.20 Now that they’ve bought the ultimate beach house, Bill and Melinda Gates are certainly ready for summer. The billionaire philanthropist couple purchased a jaw-dropping property in Del Mar, California, a beach town just outside of San Diego. The Microsoft cofounder and his wife paid $43 million for the home—surpassing San Diego […]

Lord & Taylor might file for bankruptcy

By Dan Schere Published: 2020-05-07 The department store chain Lord & Taylor might file for bankruptcy due to an economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Reuters reported this week. Lord & Taylor has locations on the former White Flint Mall site in North Bethesda and at 5255 Western Ave. in the Friendship Heights neighborhood […]

Mortgages Deferred and Rent Frozen: DC Council Passes Supplemental COVID Response Bill

Published April 7, 2020 by Nena Perry-Brown Today, the DC Council unanimously voted to pass supplemental COVID response legislation that clarifies and expands the protections from an emergency bill passed three weeks ago. For the duration of the public health emergency, the COVID-19 Response Supplemental Emergency Amendment Act creates room for relief for both tenants and landlords. […]