17-Story Development Proposed For Jewelry Exchange Site in Bethesda Looks For Key Approval

  • September 25th 2023

by UrbanTurf Staff

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Early look at project at 7749 Old Georgetown Road.

Stonebridge's big residential plans for the former Jewelry Exchange building in Bethesda could take step forward next month. 

The developer's plans for 7749 Old Georgetown Road (map) will go before the Montgomery County Development Review Committee in October. The plans call for a 17-story, 240-unit apartment building with 6,000 square feet of retail and up to 150 structured parking spaces. Stonebridge purchased the site, formerly home to the Jewelry Exchange, in late 2022 for $3.6 million. 

If the developer's timeline holds, the project, designed by sk+i architectural design group, could break ground in early 2026. 

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