230-Unit Development With Public Park Pitched For Downtown Bethesda

  • March 11th

by UrbanTurf Staff

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An aerial look at the development site. 

Add one more residential project to the growing pipeline in downtown Bethesda. 

Monument Realty and Mosaic Realty Partners have filed a sketch plan with Montgomery County for a new 230-unit residential development with a 90-foot wide public park and up to 145 public parking spaces at the site of county controlled surface parking lot 25 (map). 

The new development will have offer either live-work units or coworking space, and up to 15% of the apartments will be moderately-priced dwelling units. 

"The Project will result in replacement of an under-utilized surface parking lot with an infill multi-family residential building, structured public parking and a public park that advance each of the priorities of the county Sector Plan," documents filed with the county stated. 

The new building, designed by Torti Gallas, is part of a joint venture that was selected to redevelop public parking lots 44 and 25. Broad Branch Partners and Mosaic Realty Partners filed a concept plan application a couple months ago for a development that would bring 54 condominiums and six townhouse units to lot 44 just east of Woodmont Triangle. 

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/230-unit_development_with_public_park_pitched_for_downtown_bethesda/22058.

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