Crown Property

Located along the I-270 corridor, to be served by the Corridor Cities Transitway, this mixed use development offers definable neighborhoods with graduated densities further from its noted Transit District. Six distinct neighborhoods linked by a dedicated linear City Park, and walkable streets will benefit from a strategically placed future high school site. The community will... Read More

Cabin Branch

Located in the western portion of the planned new town of Clarksburg, Maryland, Cabin Branch is a comprehensively planned, mixed-use, transit-oriented and pedestrian-friendly community of interlinked neighborhoods that implements the vision and strategic policy goals of the Clarksburg Master Plan. Through the participation of four major property owners, design and engineering objectives will be implemented... Read More

Villages of Urbana

Planned as a significant regional growth center in Frederick County, Maryland and located along the I-270 Technology Corridor, the Villages of Urbana broke ground in April, 1999. Rodgers Consulting provided planning, natural resource management, engineering and surveying services, as well as assisting the client on adequate public facilities and infrastructure financing issues. Rodgers developed the... Read More

Kentlands

Kentlands was one of the first year-round communities that was designed as a Neo-traditional or New Urbanist community in the United States. Rodgers Consulting was involved in this award winning community from the beginning, working on site planning, engineering and environmental issues, and participating on the charrette team that included Andres Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk.... Read More

Watkins Mill Town Center

This transit-oriented mixed use community boasts a wide range of unit types from cottages to condominiums, complimented by a walkable Urban Core consisting of higher density office and residential uses as well as a mix of retail and commercial uses and a hotel. Planned with a neo-traditional residential component, the land plan builds on its... Read More