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Steps From DC, With An Identity All Its Own

From historic districts rich with culture to vibrant hubs buzzing with new businesses, Rockville exudes character, charm and flavor. There’s no better place to connect with family and friends and discover (or rediscover) one of the regions’ most exciting areas.

Conveniently situated in Montgomery County, just 15 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. Rockville, Maryland is hailed as one of the nation’s leading small cities and one of the top 10 most diverse communities in the nation.

Historic District
Easily accessible and with perfect walkability, the Historic District is as charming as it is culturally significant.
King Farm
The King Farm community boasts a traditional, refined style with plenty of outdoor space to enjoy.
Rock East District
With its gritty warehouse vibe, the Rock East district is the perfect place to discover a growing community of local makers and craft beverage producers.
Rockville Pike
From independent boutiques and sprawling shopping plazas to artisan shops and specialty food purveyors, Rockville Pike is a shopper’s paradise.
Rockville Town Center
Rockville Town Center is an epicenter of energy located in the heart of Downtown Rockville. Overflowing with stylish restaurants, bars and boutiques, this area is one of Montgomery County’s best places to gather.
Terry Thompson: The Intersection of Business & the Arts

Terry Thompson, a self-taught American artist born in Chicago, Illinois, now based in Baltimore, Maryland effortlessly blends creativity with discipline in his roles as a successful banker and a recognized visual artist. Alongside his in corporate America, Thompson is a renowned veteran club DJ, producer, and promoter, with releases on the London-based label Defected. Thompson… Read more »

Exploring Rockville’s Eclectic Charm – a Highlight in Washingtonian’s February 2024 Issue

Rockville, Maryland, the heart of Montgomery County, is a vibrant tapestry of cultures, flavors, and experiences. Washingtonian magazine showcased Rockville’s diverse culinary scene, burgeoning retail spaces, and exciting developments in its February 2024 issue. Some of the Washingtonian Neighborhood Guide highlights included: The article also provided insight into some of Rockville’s current and upcoming projects… Read more »

A Tradition of Reflection and Renewal – The Lunar New Year

The Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is a significant festival celebrated in China and other East Asian countries. It marks the beginning of the new year on the traditional Chinese lunisolar calendar. The date of the Lunar New Year varies every year but is usually between January 21st and February 20th… Read more »

Itineraries

Art Meets Flavor
Bike and Brews Experience
  • Meet the makers in Rock East Along the Millennium Trail
  • Rent a bike from Capital Bikeshare at the Shady Grove Metro Station
  • Grab a pint at True Respite Brewing Company
  • Find a treasure at Habitat Restore
  • Watch coffee roasting in action at Mayorga Organics
  • Refuel with Korean fare at Wang Ja Jang

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