White Flint Fire Station Housing Site Disposition Public Hearing

Montgomery County, Maryland, announces that it proposes to dispose via long term lease an approximately 52,000 square foot portion of County-owned property at 11920 Chapman Avenue in Rockville to Habitat for Victory Housing, Inc. (“VHI”) for a nominal sum.

VHI proposes to build a ten-story multifamily senior rental project containing a total of 104 units. The project will contain a mix of one and two bedrooms.

More information about the transfer can be found here:

A virtual public hearing on the proposed disposition of property via long term lease will be held at 11:00 am on May 8, 2023 via a Zoom meeting.

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