A construction proposal outlines plans to start building the $75 million apartment complex towards the end of of 2012, according to Sarah Davidson, a partner at Insight.
Davidson said the property will be a gateway to the Silver Spring Central Business District (SSCB) and will be blocks away from convenient transportation. “Our residents will ride on Metro and walk to restaurants, entertainment and major downtown employers,” she added.
In July of 2011, the U.S. Postal Service started reviewing various locations around the nation for closure and the two locations downtown were eventually slated for closure.