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83 Residential Units Proposed for Bethesda Midas Site

by Nena Perry-Brown

Sketch of proposed development, as viewed from southeast. Click to enlarge.

The downtown Bethesda residential pipeline continues to grow.

Bozzuto Development shared a proposal to replace the Midas auto shop at 4725 Cheltenham Drive (map) with up to 83 residential units on Thursday night. 

Fifteen percent of the residential units in the proposed 9-story building would be moderately-priced. Some ground-floor units may also have private entrances along the street. Amenities will include a pet spa and a roof deck.

Site plan. Click to enlarge.
Proposed materials. Click to enlarge.

Because there is only surface parking between the site and Wisconsin Avenue, the west façade will be a party wall to prepare for likely future development. The streetscape is also intended to help create a seamless connection from Cheltenham Drive Urban Park to Woodmont Avenue's Veterans Park.

Massing of proposed development, as viewed from northeast. Click to enlarge.

WDG Architecture is the designer; Bozzuto is the contract purchaser. The development team plans to submit a sketch plan application next month.

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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/83-residential-units-proposed-for-bethesda-midas-site/16896

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