PHOTOS: City Police Station Annex Takes Shape

New Town Center headquarters are due to open this summer in the converted historic post office.

One part preserves Rockville's past. The other gives its police force a home fit for the 21st century.

The new city police headquarters in Town Center utilizes the renovated 11,415-square-foot historic U.S. Post Office at 2 W. Montgomery Ave. and a newly-constructed 14,538-square-foot annex whose exterior is nearly complete.

Attendees at an had the opportunity to see the exterior of the annex up close.

Click on the video above to see Rockville 11's coverage of the tree planting ceremony.

Columbia-based Costello Construction is expected to complete construction slightly ahead of schedule, in time for a dedication ceremony this summer.

The city . Once completed the station will allow the department to move out of overcrowded offices in the bottom floor of .

Click here for more information on the project, including a timeline of the history of the historic post office, which opened in 1939.

featured photos of the annex through various stages of construction. It also included links to Rockville 11's continuing coverage of the project.

Rockville 11 recently featured city police Chief Terrance N. Treschuk giving City Councilman Tom Moore .

Lisa Abrams April 27, 2012 at 12:34 PM
I love the art deco look
Theresa Defino April 27, 2012 at 12:50 PM
Lisa, I thought the same thing when I saw the lettering on the sign. The Art Deco period actually ended just as the post office was being built in 1939. The city has a great webpage explaining its history, including the mural. http://www.rockvillemd.gov/police/headquarters/
Jeff Hawkins April 27, 2012 at 01:08 PM
It's a really nice building and appears to be very well thought out. They have done a great job with it. So glad that they kep the mural, when I was a little lad, my Dad worked across the street at Stackhouse Realty in the old house behind People's Drug Store. Mr. Stackhouse would send me over to the Post Office to pick their mail and I would always stop and analyze that mural........


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