Kentlands truly is the neighborhood of the future. Rather than waste untold amounts of space making room for a car-centric lifestyle, the Kentlands community in western Gaithersburg instead focuses on creating a space where residents can live, work, and play all in the same pedestrian-traffic area. Within walking distance of any residence in the city, you will find pocket parks, a downtown commercial district, schools, churches, an impressively large arts center, lakes, jogging trails, swimming pools, playgrounds, performance theaters, a movie cinema, cafes, grocery stores, banks, offices, stores, dozens of restaurants, and even a clubhouse. Kentlands is the largest and most successful pedestrian-oriented live/work community of its kind in the United States, alongside its sister community, Lakelands.
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