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D.C. Area Law Firm Makes Smart Move to “Green” Building

July 28, 2009

Move Helps Shulman Rogers Reinforce its Role as a Connector in the Community

After serving clients for more than 37 years in Rockville, MD, law firm Shulman, Rogers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker has moved to the other side of I-270 to Potomac, MD.

On July 20, 2009, Shulman Rogers took up permanent residence in Foulger-Pratt’s new Park Potomac development at 12505 Park Potomac Avenue.  Park Potomac, highly visible from I-270 at Montrose Road, is a new mixed-use community that will include 570,000-square feet of office space, 450 luxury condominiums, 150 town homes, 145,000-square feet of retail space and a 156-room Kimpton hotel. The community features a variety of amenities including convenience retail, restaurants and mature trees interlaced with pedestrian promenades.

“We are excited about our move to Park Potomac for a variety of reasons,” said David Pordy, Managing Shareholder of Shulman, Rogers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker, PA.

“First, it’s an unbelievable, state-of-the-art building.  Second, Foulger Pratt is a first-class builder and it has been a pleasure working with them.  Third, Park Potomac offers a tremendous location in terms of access to our clients throughout the County.  And, fourth, we think that the amenities that Park Potomac will offer, including retail, dining, and transportation – are unmatched anywhere else we could have chosen.”

“We are very happy to have Shulman Rogers as our first office tenant at Park Potomac. Shulman Rogers is an outstanding organization that shares our vision for the unique community being created at Park Potomac,” said Bryant Foulger, Principal at the Foulger-Pratt Companies.

 

About Foulger-Pratt

Established in 1963, Foulger-Pratt is one of the Washington region’s most experienced and diverse real estate firms. Headquartered in Rockville, MD, the award-winning organization offers development, construction, asset management, and property management services. Examples of our work include Park Potomac mixed-use development, Downtown Silver Spring Redevelopment, Silver Spring Metro Center, Rockville Metro Center, and The Nature Conservancy Headquarters. Foulger-Pratt is headquartered in Rockville, MD. For more information, visit: www.foulgerpratt.com