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A First Look at the New 350-Unit Project Planned in Bethesda Along East-West Highway
The plans for a large new residential project along East-West Highway in downtown Bethesda are coming into focus.
Earlier this year, Perseus TDC acquired the five-story, 65,000-square-foot office building at 4405 East-West Highway (map). The firm has now filed plans with Montgomery County for a 10-story, 350-unit apartment building at the address.
Approximately 15% of the units will be moderately-priced, there will be 193 parking spaces, and up to 12,000 square feet of "nonresidential uses will include either retail, child care or medical office use."
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The design for the new development, courtesy of SK+I Architecture, is in the nascent stages, but the plans indicate that it will likely have an undulating "wave" aesthetic.
"The massing and articulation concept creates a simple, unified building that breaks up the length of the eastern façade and is unified by the 'wave' articulation that travels around the building. A vertical tower is proposed to break up the eastern façade to play off the 'wave' and connects the penthouse to the ground."
Construction on the 350-unit project will likely begin in 2024. The new development adds to the very long list of new development on the boards in and around downtown Bethesda.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-first-look-at-the-new-350-unit-project-planned-in-bethesda-along-east-wes/19946.
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