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Moving Your Business: Essential Tips to Get It All Done

When you've got any kind of business to move, whether it's a restaurant, and office space, or a medical clinic, you can expect for tensions to run high. And it's natural to feel overwhelmed; moving is a stresful venture anyway, and your business is your livelihood. You are going to want to save as much money as possible and get the job done in as little time as possible so that you can get back to work in your new location.

However, it's important to note that sometimes, you need to spend time to save money, and vice versa. If you're looking to maximize your money, you might be looking at a longer move time. And the opposite also holds true: when you're on a tight schedule, you may have to pay extra for expedited services.

The quickest, most affordable, and least stressful way to get your business from Point A to Point B is broken down into three steps:

1. Make a game plan for your move the moment you know you'll be moving.
2. Designate a person or a team of people to oversee the details of the move.
3. Create a budget with some wiggle room for any surprise fees.

When you prioritize those three steps during your business move, you will be well on your way to success.


The main commercial corridor that runs through Bethesda is Maryland Route 355 (known as Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda and as Rockville Pike and Hungerford Drive in more northern communities), which, to the north, connects Bethesda with the communities of North Bethesda and Rockville , ending, after several name changes, in Frederick, Maryland . Toward the South, Rockville Pike becomes Wisconsin Avenue near the NIH Campus and continues beyond Bethesda through Chevy Chase , Friendship Heights and into Washington, D.C. , ending in Georgetown.

The area commonly known as "Downtown Bethesda" is centered at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue, Old Georgetown Road and East-West Highway. Other focal points of downtown Bethesda include the Woodmont Triangle, bordered by Old Georgetown Road (Maryland Route 187), Woodmont and Rugby Avenues, and the Bethesda Row, centered at the intersection of Woodmont Avenue and Bethesda Avenue. Much of the dense construction in that area followed the opening of the Bethesda station on the Red Line of the Washington Metro rapid transit system, also located at this intersection and the centerpiece of the Bethesda Metro Center development. The Medical Center Metro stop lies about 0.7 miles north of the Bethesda stop, Medical Center , which serves the NIH Campus, the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center , and the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences .
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