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RockvilleView.com | Aug 2, 2016 By Pat Reber On Monday Rockville Mayor and Council unanimously agreed to support efforts to place the west Rockville neighborhood of New Mark Commons on the National Register of Historic Places – a federal designation that would...read more
New Mark Receives Two Environmental Awards The Rockville Mayor and Council in combination with the Rockville Environment Commission awarded New Mark Commons an Environmental Excellence Award on February 23, 2009 for outstanding leadership in environmental practices in...read more
Washington Post AT HOME Magazine | Summer 2008 “Bewitched by Water: Whether it’s biological or psychological, there’s no denying the allure of H2O.” By Joyce Gemperlein Real estate agents hear it all the time: There’s been a mistake, a serious environmental...read more
“From the first view of the lake entering New Mark Commons, continuing along New Mark Esplanade, its single main thoroughfare, to the village center, the resident or visitor will be aware of being in a different kind of residential environment, one which provides...read more
The Gazette | March 2004 Excerpts from “The Antidote to Same Old Suburbia.” Designed in the mid-1960s as the antidote to cookie-cutter suburban development, New Mark Commons is gaining attention for its well-preserved modernist design. "These are very high-quality...read more
The Washington Post. | May 13, 2000. “Uncommon Attractions in New Mark Commons.” By Diane Kittower New Mark Commons in Rockville manages to encourage neighborliness yet still offer privacy. That's not accidental. The neighborhood, completed in 1974, is a "planned unit...read more
Washington Post | June 1989 “Where We Live; New Mark Commons: Calm Beyond the Totem Pole.” By Sue Anne Pressley If you ask most Rockville residents where New Mark Commons is located, you're likely to draw a mystified look. They may be familiar with the wooden totem...read more