And in Bethesda, too. The Daily Record has the scoop:
Marriott International Inc., one of Maryland’s four Fortune 500 companies, will remain in the state.
The company will build a $600 million facility in downtown Bethesda, maintaining the comapny’s presence in Montgomery County where it has been for the last six decades, according to an announcement from Gov. Larry Hogan.
The new complex will include office space for more than 3,500 employees as well as 700,000 square feet of leased space.
A final site in downtown Bethesda is expected to be selected in early 2017.
The company will remain in its current location until late 2022.
Good news all around.