Bloom MV | May 2020 Update

Spring greetings from the Bloom team. We hope that you and your families are all safe and healthy during these uncertain times.

As of April 2020, the Site Plan Amendment has been approved and Record Plats for Areas 4 and 5 are expected to be recorded within the next month. The project team is now days away from final permit approvals and is preparing to mobilize its construction team for a late-May groundbreaking. Residents can expect to see earth being moved in a large swath of golf course property bordering Montgomery Village Avenue over to Arrowhead Drive and then down to Stewartown Rd. The construction zone borders a number of Patton Ridge subdivisions including Highfield, Green Tree Tee I and Fairway Island. The first model home lots are expected to be delivered in Fall 2020 with model homes completed approximately 90 – 120 days later.

Engineering work has also begun on the next phase of development that will deliver the new MVF Park and associated open space, along with the single-family homes in Area 3. That phase of development is currently projected to break ground by the end of the year, with the MVF Park and Area 3 lots expected to deliver by Summer 2021.

Progress is also being made with the stream restoration effort that will enhance the park and open space area while improving the health of the stream valley. Design and permitting for the stream restoration is expected to continue through 2021 to enable the stream restoration work to be completed in 2022.

As we prepare to begin construction, please continue to check for updates here. We thank you for your continued interest in the project. As always, please feel free to reach us via email at info@bloominmv.com or by phone at 202-777-2000.


The Bloom Team

Construction Update

On or around June 8, 2020, construction will begin on the long-awaited first phase of the new Bloom Village.



How Bloom Benefits Montgomery Village

DPA Benefits


Diverse new housing options help attract new and retain existing young families and working professionals and empty nesters by providing new product typically offered in more distant suburbs.

DPA Benefits


New housing helps to increase home values over time by providing sales comps that are higher than existing homes. Similarly, new housing encourages repairs and renovations to existing homes as homeowners are more likely to realize a return on their investment. This type of reinvestment, over time, helps to both increase property values and improve neighborhood image.

DPA Benefits


New development in Montgomery Village will bring with it a beautifully designed park that will feature open lawns, walking/biking trails, a dog park and community garden, as well as thousands of new trees and a restored natural habitat. Not only does the park further enhance the sylvan character of the Village and provide numerous recreation options for all ages, it also increases the desirability of homes in the Village and provides new access through the heart of the community to better connect existing neighborhoods and amenities.

DPA Benefits


Today’s new homes are far more environmentally friendly than in years past, due to more efficient layouts, deeper market penetration of green building materials and technological advances with regard to appliances and fixtures. As a result, they require less energy to heat and cool, use more recycled building material and demand fewer natural resources.