240-Unit, 17-Story Development Proposed For Jewelry Exchange Site in Bethesda

  • June 26th 2023

by UrbanTurf Staff

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Massing of proposed development.

Big residential plans are in the works for the former Jewelry Exchange building in Bethesda. 

Stonebridge has filed plans with Montgomery County to construct a new building with up to 240 apartments at 7749 Old Georgetown Road (map). The Bethesda-based developer purchased the property, formerly home to the Jewelry Exchange, in late 2022 for $3.6 million. 

The plans call for a building that could be up to 175 feet tall with 6,000 square feet of retail and up to 150 structured parking spaces. 

The project, designed by sk+i architectural design group, will begin the Montgomery County review process this month. If all goes according to schedule, the development could break ground in early 2026. 

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