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Tim Dugan moderates Urban Land Institute’s Camden Shady Grove case study panel

September 27, 2017

Shulman Rogers’ Land Use and Zoning Chair Tim Dugan will moderate an upcoming panel discussion on Camden Shady Grove. Camden Shady Grove is a model of the next generation of suburban-to-urban development: converting traditional suburban office parks into more urban and lively 24/7 mixed-use communities. The Sept. 27 event is organized by the Urban Land Institute and is open to members of the organization.

The panel will discuss:

  • An overview of the Great Seneca Science Corridor Master Plan and Montgomery County’s move to convert suburban office parks to mixed-use suburban-urban communities. 
  • Two-phase landscape design planning for the CCT Station Plaza.
  • Building design to anticipate the future more urban-suburban transit-oriented residents and professionals/scientists.
  • Transportation and retail proffer negotiations with MNCPPC and Montgomery County.
  • Construction and design elements integrated to obtain LEED Certification.

For more information, please visit the event page.