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Montgomery County, Md., Planning Board Rejects Denser and Scaled-Down Alternatives for Gaithersburg ‘Science City'

The Montgomery County Planning Board has turned back several efforts to reconfigure the development plan for the Belward Farm in Gaithersburg, Md. — the largest undeveloped parcel in and around the Shady Grove Life Sciences Center — and is instead forging ahead with plans for a 'Science City' of up to 4.5 million square feet of buildings up to 143 feet high, according to Maryland Community Newspapers.

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