233 Apartments, 154 Hotel Rooms, Retail and Office Proposed at Germantown's Cloverleaf Center
Germantown's Cloverleaf Center is poised for a partial redevelopment.
Shamit Development has filed amendments to plans for the 15.5-acre portion of the property at 20301 Century Boulevard (map). The amendments would allow replacement of two office buildings and a hotel with a 13-story office building, two hotels totaling 154 rooms, and two residential-over-retail buildings with 233 units.
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The office will be configured as two buildings connected by a bridge above an alley. Both the hotel buildings would be eight stories, and one would have 70 extended-stay rooms. Both of the residential buildings would be six stories and U-shaped, with Building G delivering 95 units above 23,150 square feet of retail, including a restaurant with outdoor dining space.
Building H will deliver 138 units above 25,400 square feet of retail, along with a pool to be shared between all of the residents and a courtyard with tot lot. Twenty percent of the apartments will be moderately-priced dwelling units, and the unit mix will span from one- to three-bedrooms.
The development will also deliver plaza and landscaped space on the street level, along with a water feature between the hotels. Daniel Ball & Associates is the architect.
The Montgomery County Development Review Committee will consider the applications next month.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/233-apartments-154-hotel-rooms-retail-and-office-proposed-at-germantowns-cl/19082.
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