A Look Inside One of Bethesda's Tallest Residential Buildings

  • November 12th 2019

by Nena Perry-Brown

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Bird's eye rendering of The Elm. Click to enlarge.

One of downtown Bethesda's largest developments is under construction at the future site of Bethesda's Purple Line stop at 7272 Wisconsin Avenue (map) — and now, new images provide a better sense of the project's residential portion. 

Interior renderings of The Elm, the residential component of the 295 foot-tall development have been posted to the project website. The Elm will include roughly 460 apartments in two 28-story volumes connected by an amenity "Skybridge".

Skybridge. Click to enlarge.

Sixty of the apartments will be moderately priced dwelling units for households earning up to 70 percent of area median income. Move-ins are expected to begin next fall. The overall development will also include 14,572 square feet of retail, 7,500 square feet of open public space, and The Wilson, a 23-story, 348,000 square foot office building which will house the new Fox 5 headquarters in 2021.

Skybridge. Click to enlarge.

Carr Properties and Insight Property Group are the developers and Shalom Baranes is the architect. Additional renderings are below.

Lobby. Click to enlarge.
Lobby. Click to enlarge.
Communal kitchen. Click to enlarge.
Exterior rendering of The Wilson and The Elm. Click to enlarge.

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-look-inside-one-of-bethesdas-tallest-residential-buildings/16125.

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