Chelsea School leaving Silver Spring
The Chelsea School will leave Silver Spring in 2012 and has sold its property to a local developer hoping to build up to 75 new townhomes on the site, Greater Greater Washington reports.
The private, special-needs school two years ago launched a capital campaign to build a library. But the economic downturn has forced it to close entirely.
The five-acre campus has been sold to Bethesda-based EYA. The developers are proposing a mix of 75 single-family homes and townhomes on the property.
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| May 3, 2010; 3:23 PM ET
Categories: DC, Maryland | Tags: Greater Greater Washington, Silver Spring Maryland
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