Two new retailers open during Clarksburg Premium Outlets; state loses 5,500 jobs in October
Rendering of JBG Smith’s designed redevelopment of 4747 Bethesda Ave.
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Bethesda bureau marketplace scheming for boom
Office space in downtown Bethesda has remained prosaic for some-more than 15 years, though an liquid of new projects is scheming to change that fact, according to The Washington Business Journal [story is behind a paywall].
Four mixed-use projects underneath construction or designed in Bethesda will supplement some-more than one million block feet of bureau space downtown:
- Carr Properties’ 937,000-square-foot redevelopment of a Apex Building with one new bureau building and dual residential buildings during 7272 Wisconsin Ave.
- Marriott’s 1.05 million-square-foot headquarters building that also includes a hotel during 7750 Wisconsin Ave.
- StonebridgeCarras’ 500,000-square-foot redevelopment of 7359 Wisconsin Ave. that includes a 390,000 block feet bureau building
- JBG Smith’s new 287,000-square-foot redevelopment of 4747 Bethesda Ave., that a developer skeleton to use as a headquarters
The bureau developments will move a initial Class A bureau space to downtown Bethesda given Carr Properties finished a 225,000-square-foot 4500 East West Highway building in 2014.
Electric bike shop; Kung Fu Tea open during Clarksburg Premium Outlets
The opening core in Clarksburg welcomed dual new retailers this month. Electric Cycling House, a bike shop, sells pedal-assisted electric bikes and services bikes. It also rents electric bikes for people meddlesome in perplexing them for a day, a weekend or longer.
Kung Fu Tea, that sells a accumulation of traditional, divert and burble teas, as good as a operation of other drinks, also non-stop during a opening center. The sequence has some-more than 100 stores, including locations during Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda and during a Downtown Silver Spring development.
State loses 5,500 jobs in October
Maryland’s Department of Labor reported final week that a state mislaid 5,500 jobs, though a stagnation rate remained during 3.8 percent. That rate stays next a inhabitant rate of 4.1 percent.
Sectors that saw pursuit waste embody trade, travel and utilities, that mislaid 3,200 jobs; veteran and business, that mislaid 1,400 jobs; and convenience and hospitality, that mislaid 1,400 jobs.
The preparation zone posted a pursuit benefit of 1,500, a health caring zone increasing by 1,500 and construction grew by about 500 jobs. Other sectors, such as manufacturing, saw smaller increases.