When plans to construct what would be the tallest residential building in Bethesda first surfaced a few months ago, images were still conceptual. Now, architect Design Collective has released clearer renderings of how the project will look.
As planned, the 7-Eleven and Eagle Bank at 7820 Wisconsin Avenue (map) will be replaced with a 30-story tower with 320 apartments above 9,000 square feet of retail and/or restaurants and five below-grade levels of parking. Of the residential units, 25 percent would be moderately-priced dwelling units.
The lobby will be two stories tall, connecting to a fitness amenity space on the second floor. The top story will have a clubhouse with an outdoor roof terrace and pool deck. There may also be a public park to the south of the site. Aris Mardirossian is the developer and Design Collective is the project architect.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-new-look-for-bethesdas-tallest-building/13615.
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