A plan by officials in Maryland’s Montgomery County to buy and sell lots of real estate would address some long-term facility needs in the county and create additional space within the Shady Grove Life Sciences Center campus in Rockville.
The state’s so-called “property-use initiative” would see the county selling or leasing its 52-acre Public Safety Training Academy, located on the grounds of the Shady Grove campus, to a developer willing to include life-sci space among a mix of uses.

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