Excerpt from Bethesda Magazine: The city’s Historic District Commission on Thursday backed an effort to put the neighborhood of New Mark Commons on the National Register of Historic Places, where it would join Bethesda neighborhood Carderock Springs. The same man designed and built both neighborhoods in a distinctive modern style. Read the article.
Excerpt from MyEasternShoreMD: Another building on Cannon Street is about to be taken down. At the Chestertown Historic District Commission meeting, Wednesday, March 2, John and Pam Cambardella of Church Hill were given permission to demolish the building at 336 Cannon St., which they have owned since 2007. The Cambardellas bought the building as an [...]
In the news: Montgomery Modern Program wins MHT award
New commission training sessions on ethics and defensive decision making, sustainability, and Maryland modernism are now available
In the news: Hyattsville Flying Saucer to be saved
You're invited to the MAHDC Spring Social Hour on May 9, 2014
In the news: Montgomery County hosts Montgomery Modern Bus Tour
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