March 1, 2018

Former Silver Spring Library to Be Reused as a Child Care Center; Agreement Leverages Senior Housing

Martha B. Gudelsky Child Development Center will develop the former Silver Spring Library site for use as a child development and education center. As part of the arrangement, Global LifeSci Development Corporation agreed to provide Victory Housing a pad site in Phase 1 and the VIVA White Oak development for the construction of a senior housing project that is transit-accessible and projected to include 110 units, some market rate but most affordable.

Both Victory House and the Global LifeSci Development Corporation had submitted proposals to Montgomery County for the reuse of the old library site.

The child care center, which will serve 120 mostly low-income children, is projected to be open by the end of 2020. Victory Housing’s senior housing would be completed by 2021.

Read more at: LEGGETT ANNOUNCES PLAN FOR REUSE OF FORMER SILVER SPRING LIBRARY; Child Care Center at Former Library to Leverage Senior Housing in White Oak

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  1. Where wil the friends of Silver Spring library relocate.

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    1. Thank you for your questions. The Friends of the Library book store will be part of the new Wheaton Library Recreation Center.

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    2. Is there a date for when they will move?

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  2. And where will the Friends of the Library book store be going?

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    1. The Friends of the Library book store will be part of the new Wheaton Library Recreation Center.

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