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Bob Harris Discusses Park Development in Bethesda's Metro Plaza

BethesdaNow.com

Land use and zoning attorney Bob Harris was quoted in BethesdaNow.com discussing the development of a new park near Bethesda's Metro Plaza. If approved, "Bethesda Central Park," would be behind the Hyatt hotel near 3 Bethesda Metro Center. Bob represented the previous owner of Bethesda's Metro Plaza and represents its current owner, Brookfield. For more about the project, visit http://bethesdamagazine.com/Bethesda-Beat/2014/Metro-Plaza-Owner-Says-New-Park-Not-Feasible-Without-New-Development/.

Bob Harris is a real estate and land use attorney at Lerch, Early & Brewer in Bethesda, Maryland. He helps landowners strategically improve the use and value of their real estate. His practice includes zoning, land use, real estate and municipal affairs. He represents commercial and residential landowners before planning commissions, courts, governmental agencies and elected officials in connection with obtaining development approvals and in the protection of land use rights in Montgomery County, Maryland.

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