Gaithersburg Unveils New Olde Towne Plaza

Gaithersburg city officials cut the ribbon Thursday on Olde Towne Plaza, a park in the city’s central business district that features Adirondack chairs, umbrellas and an interactive water feature.

The park, acquired by the city in 1984, is next to the B&O Railroad Station.

The cost of the park was $2 million which included $1.6 million from the city, $200,000 from the state’s Department of Housing & Community Development and $200,000 from the Maryland General Assembly.

Here’s a video of the Thursday ceremony:

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One Response to “Gaithersburg Unveils New Olde Towne Plaza”

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    On July 27, 2018 at 2:22 pm responded with... #

    Money could of been use for more housing.

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