South Silver Spring is triangular shaped and is bounded by Newell Street and Blair Mill Road on the northwest, the B&O Railroad right-of-way on the east and the District of Columbia line on the southwest. The South Silver Spring area is a part of the Silver Spring Central Business District (CBD). It is a combination of small scale commercial buildings and a scattering of high rise office buildings. After years of decay, South Silver Spring is being transformed into an exciting mixed use neighborhood with high tech businesses, arts oriented enterprises, new restaurants and over 1,000 new housing units. The new housing is the result of several large, adaptive re-use projects and several new residential development.
South Silver Spring is the Ultimate Walkable Neighborhood - You can live practically car-free!
Run errands in no time, including a Giant, CVS, dry cleaners. Shop Organic at nearby Whole Foods Market and a weekly Farmer’s Market (May to October). Explore more than 100 restaurants, from fine dining to cheap eats – including highly rated favorites Ray’s the Classics, Jackie’s Restaurant, and Ceviche. Take in a movie at the American Film Institute’s Silver Theatre and cultural center.
Bike and hike on the Capital Crescent Trail, the Metropolitan Branch Trail, and the Silver Spring Green Trail. Work out at Gold’s Gym, Washington Sports Club, LA Fitness, or Curves.
Condominums in South Silver Spring are prized for there accessibility to Metro and their lower price tag as compared to DC.
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