MCB Real Estate Announces Plans for a Mixed-Use Development in Montgomery County

MCB Real Estate, the developer of Harborplace in Baltimore, announced on Thursday that it will lead the development of VIVA White Oak, a mixed use project planned for a 280-acre site in eastern Montgomery County, Maryland.

The land, near US 29 and Cherry Hill Road, is next to the U. S. Food and Drug Administration headquarters and near the Adventist HealthCare White Oak Medical Center. It’s also close to the University of Maryland’s College Park campus, the Interstate 95 corridor and BWI Thurgood Marshall International Airport. County officials have approved it for more than 12 million square feet of mixed-use development.

“My partners and I are thrilled to start work on building this vibrant new project,” said MCB managing partner P. David Bramble, in a statement.“At MCB, we like to do complicated projects like this and we have a track record of success. We know that this is a project that can work and, frankly, this community has waited long enough for the kind of investment and amenities that we hope to bring to this location.”