Douglas Development plans to build 130 luxury units as part of a mixed-use building in Bethesda, according to Bethesda Row’s Robert Dyer.
The developer will submit its proposal to the county’s planning board next month. The property at 8008 Wisconsin Avenue (map) is being developed with architect WDG, and construction likely wouldn’t start until 2016, Dyer reports.
The 14-story building will include 4,000 square feet of retail, including a restaurant, and will include high-end amenities like a hot springs-inspired pool. Douglas plans to include more than 70 parking spaces — a number that apparently generated controversy, according to Dyer, which gives you an indication of how different Bethesda’s parking expectations are from those of the District.
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