The core of Wheaton will be reconstructed and redeveloped in a $150 million project that won't be completed until 2019. In the next few years for Wheaton Triangle, a new office and residential development will be constructed along with a mixed-use, walkable community and 18-hour economy. Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission will move into the planned 12-story, 265,000-square-foot office building. The retail space will be located on Triangle Lance, a town square adjacent to the Wheaton Metro Station. During the process, three Montgomery County-owned parcels adjacent to the Wheaton Metro Station will be redeveloped.
The project involves the construction of 200 units of mixed-income housing and an underground parking garage with 395 spaces. During the development, a green space, rectangular surface parking lot, and Regional Services Center at 2424 Reedie Drive will be replaced. An update on the development will occur on Wednesday, Dec. 11 at a County public meeting.
· Wheaton Triangle with new office, residential development [Washington Business Journal]
· Wheaton Redevelopment Program Meeting [MyMCMedia]