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Rockville Project with Inclusive Community for Disabled Adults Gets Approvals

Bethesda Magazine

A new project that will provide affordable housing and other community involvement for those with varying needs and disabilities recently received approval from the Rockville City Planning Commission. Main Street will be an inclusive, community-centered residential development - the first of its kind in the Washington Metropolitan Area - where 25% of the apartments will be designed and designated for adults with disabilities.

Land use attorneys Steve Robins and Liz Rogers serve as land use counsel for Main Street.

For more, see "Rockville Project with Inclusive Community for Disabled Adults Could Break Ground in Fall 2018."

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