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Elizabeth Square Development Wins Planning Board Approval

The Montgomery County Planning Board gave a thumbs-up to the site plan for the first phase of the Elizabeth Square development project, a public-private partnership between Lee Development Group and the Montgomery County Housing Opportunities Commission. The mixed-use project in Silver Spring will include retail and residential housing, including affordable senior units. For more about the project, visit http://www.bethesdamagazine.com/Bethesda-Beat/Web-2016/First-Stage-of-Elizabeth-Square-Development-Likely-To-Win-Planning-Board-Approval.

Lerch Early attorneys Bill Kominers and Susan Reutershan serve as land use counsel for the project, and Sharon Nelson Craig serves as transactions counsel.

The Lee Development Group is a real estate development and asset management company that leases and markets a variety of properties, including commercial office, retail, flex, warehouse, industrial lots and self-storage facilities. Increasingly, LDG has become involved with public-private partnerships, including a partnership between the state of Maryland, Montgomery County and LDG that brought the Fillmore Music Hall to Silver Spring.

   

Photo courtesy Lee Development Group

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