Another large residential building is on the boards for downtown Bethesda.
Greystar presented plans on Tuesday night for a 310-unit apartment building with retail at the site of an abandoned Exxon station at 7340 Wisconsin Avenue (map). The development, designed by SK+I Architecture, will rise 25 stories, have 157 parking spaces, and 15% of the apartments will be moderately-price dwelling units (MPDUs).
The apartment concept for this address is just the most recent plan for the site. In 2020, South Bay Partners proposed a 319,000-square-foot mixed-use project with 340 senior housing units above commercial retail space at this address.
With the addition of this new development, downtown Bethesda has nearly 25 residential projects in the works.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/greystar-unveils-310-unit-development-pitched-for-downtown-bethesda/19860.
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