Rockville-based real estate data firm moves to North Bethesda
Bright MLS Inc., a Rockville-based real estate data company, is moving its headquarters to the Pike and Rose neighborhood of North Bethesda.
The company will lease 13,455 square feet at 909 Rose Ave. to fill the 16-story office tower. The Federal Realty Investment Trust owns the building and has its headquarters there.
Other tenants in the building include Beiser Law Firm, Kuta Software LLC, Rowe Weinstein Sohn PLLC, Rycon Construction, United Solutions, and co-worker space Industrious. [Washington Business Journal]
Police cancel house party in Laytonsville after viral video
Montgomery County Police closed a house party scheduled for Labor Day in Laytonsville after word of mouth went viral.
A video circulating on several social media platforms alerted police to the event, which was expected to involve hundreds of people. The event’s promoter, Parties Got Talent, has moved the party to Ocean City. [WUSA9]
County Assemblyman Andrew Freedson hosts Pedestrian and Bike Safety Walk on Friday
Andrew Freedson and several other local elected officials are scheduled to attend the event on Friday, which aims to spread awareness about the dangerous stretch for pedestrians and cyclists.
The road has seen a number of crashes in recent years, some fatal. The event begins at 9:00 AM in the North Bethesda United Methodist Church parking lot. [Montgomery Community Media]
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