Over the years, Gaithersburg has grown from an agricultural settlement into one of the five largest cities in Maryland with over 60,000 residents calling Gaithersburg home. The city’s initial growth was spurred on by the arrival of the railroad with many original structures like schools, mills, stores and hotels being established near the train station. It’s growth was further increased with the development of Interstate 270, which today separates Gaithersburg into a west side and an east side, with the latter containing more of it’s historic structures.

It’s location along I-270 makes it a popular location for residents to commute into Bethesda, Rockville, Washington, DC and even Northern Virginia. Real estate across the region is varied, from older, more traditional homesteads to newer varieties of townhomes, apartments and single-family dwellings in the areas around the Crown, Kentlands, Lakelands, and Washingtonian Center (“Rio”) communities. The east side is where shopping at Lakeforest Mall or the Olde Towne shops can be found along with the Montgomery County Fair grounds and other city buildings. The west side of the city is where you will find the newer, more modern neighborhoods.

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