Progress at Rockville’s Upcoming Wegmans in Twinbrook Quarter

by MCS Staff

Work continues on Phase One of Twinbrook Quarter, the upcoming development located on the southwest corner of the property at Rockville Pike and Halpine Road. It includes residential, office and commercial space, and will include Montgomery County’s second Wegmans.

According to an update from Reimagine Twinbrook, below grade concrete pouring is 50% complete. “By the end of the summer, we expect to be finished pouring concrete for all of the below-grade levels of Phase One. Work is progressing in various stages around the excavated area, starting in the Southwest corner at Halpine Road and Rockville Pike (shown in the upper left corner of the photo) and progressing toward the Northeast corner. We’ve completed pouring all three underground levels in the Southwest corner and are at various levels of completion around the site.”

Though progress continues to be made, construction on the actual Wegmans grocery store isn’t expected to begin for at least another year, according to a representative from the Germantown location. Below you’ll see a photo of the progress:

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6 comments

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Alene Fisher June 27, 2022 - 7:14 pm

Why so very very long?

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Monica Vargas June 28, 2022 - 10:50 am

When can we begin seeing progress for the residential area of this project?

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Crabbapple June 28, 2022 - 10:27 pm

Rockville pike will be traffic nightmare

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Shawn June 29, 2022 - 6:24 am

That’s great and all but what’s going on with the opening of Amazon fresh off of Shady Grove Road I been waiting patiently for over 2 years please we need an update why it’s taking so long to open we haven’t had an update since last summer

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MCS Staff June 29, 2022 - 7:03 am

We have an update on the website from just a couple weeks back.

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Alan July 26, 2022 - 10:15 pm

Went by there today on the train and there is A LOT of new construction. Looks like a couple of building frames going up. Any idea what those are?

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