April 9, 2018

Construction Continues at Wheaton Revitalization Project Site

Significant progress continues at the site of the Wheaton Revitalization Project, where construction is underway on a 14-story Montgomery County government office building and the public square.

You can watch the construction progress via a camera that is fixed on the downtown Wheaton construction site and posted on the project’s website at wheatonproject.com.

Demolition of the former Mid-County Regional Services Center, which began in late January, is  completed.

The new town square of approximately 20,000 square feet will be built at the site of the former services center site on the Reedie Drive side of the project. The town square will provide space for public use and entertainment purposes. It will include an amphitheater and covered stage.

Major steps in the revitalization of Wheaton are evolving around the Wheaton Triangle Business District as the three-year project continues to be on schedule for completion in 2020—and it continues to be on budget.

More information is available at the Wheaton Revitalization Project website.