Welcome back- sorry about the long hiatus- family life became a priority.Anyway I thought I'd show the first glimpse at how downtown Rockville is looking. With simple buildings rather then decorative, Rockville's downtown isn't as well known as Teddy City.
The city rail depot- Central Depot is downtown's main site. Its a landmark in the downtown area. Imposingly beautiful, Central Depot is among one of the most recognizable structures in the downtown area.
The Rockville Convention Center . Built in 2004, this structure is the first thing you come across as you enter the downtown area. it even features a restaurant that's open to the public 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. With exhibitions monthly, its never a dull moment here.
Midsized office buildings by the highway. These buildings house professional services such as law or psychiatric services. They are nothing special, but do have there purpose.
The general look of downtown. Simple structures, nothing real pretty. They make up the primary employment outside the rail industry. Employing 50,000+ people, downtown is the heart of the city.
Hope to show you more soon- bye for now.