Silver Spring

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A Thriving Community Filled with Opportunity

Located on the border of Washington, DC, Silver Spring, MD is a thriving community filled with opportunity—for outstanding employment, for exciting downtown entertainment and events, for scenic natural escapes, and for beautiful homes. Whether you’re looking for a lively downtown neighborhood with public transportation to all the opportunities of Washington, or a more secluded suburban escape with an easy commute back into the city, Silver Spring has more than enough to offer. Intrigued? Come and explore.

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Why Do Residents Choose Silver Spring?

Parks & recreation

Want to escape the big-city bustle for a day? It’s not hard—there are numerous parks throughout the community and its surrounding areas. Smaller parks within Silver Spring offer playgrounds and picnic areas, sports courts and fields, while larger parks such as Rock Creek Park or the Burnt Mill Reservoir showcase miles of beautiful trails and secluded wilderness ideal for hiking, biking, or horseback riding.


For a night of excitement, a day of fun-filled activity, an amazing dinner, or an afternoon show, there’s no better place than Downtown Silver Spring. Explore a world of opportunity, from retail shops and outstanding eateries, to entertainment and music venues like The Fillmore or the Cultural Arts Center, to exciting community events, like the famous Silver Spring Jazz Festival.

Public schools

Silver Spring public school students belong to Montgomery County Public Schools, which serves over 160,000 students across the county. Silver Spring is home to six of the district’s high schools, 10 of its middle schools, and 38 of its elementary schools. This highly diverse district boasts an 88.4% graduation rate and employs over 24,000 staff and faculty members, most of whom are teachers.

Shopping & dining

Silver Spring has no shortage of shopping, dining, entertainment, and other commercial development. Downtown Silver Spring features a wealth of businesses, like grocery stores, chain and local restaurants, hotels, and various retail stores and shops. It’s not the only commercial area in Silver Spring, though; Georgia Ave is lined in stores, restaurants, as well as other businesses and conveniences.

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Silver Spring at a Glance

Travel & Commute

MARC Train: Brunswick Line
Metrorail: Red Line
Bus: Metrobus, Ride On
Major Highways: I-495, US-29

Quick Facts

Population 2013: 76,716
Zip Code: 20910
County: Montgomery
Mean Home Price: $529,723

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