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Silver Spring

About Silver Spring

71,452 in city
8,924,087 in metro
24 km² (9 mi²)
103.938063887 m
Silver Spring is one of the primary business hubs in Montgomery County, Maryland, just north of Washington, DC. Located on the Red Line, downtown Silver Spring has many highrise office and residential buildings. Silver Spring is unincorporated, and shares mailing addresses with neighboring areas, including Wheaton-Glenmont, White Oak, Fairland, and Rossmoor. Additional highrise buildings can be found in these cities also.

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No. of Buildings

No. Current status
96 All Buildings
84
existing
2
under construction
6
planned
4
unbuilt

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Silver Spring Metro Plaza II 238 ft 1986
2 Silver Spring Metro Center III 228 ft 1993
3 Silver Spring Metro Center II 221 ft 1993
4 Silver Spring Centre 204 ft 1987
5 One Discovery Place 164 ft 2003