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Massive Mixed-Use Plan on the Boards For Bethesda Metro Plaza

by Nena Perry-Brown

Massive Mixed-Use Plan on the Boards For Bethesda Metro Plaza: Figure 1
A rendering of the planned development

The planned development for downtown Bethesda continues.

As reported by Bethesda Magazine, Brookfield Property Partners is interested in demolishing the food court at Bethesda Metro Center Plaza to make way for a 500,000 square-foot mixed-use building.

At this point, plans are in the very nascent stages, but there will be 6,000-8,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space below either office or residential space. The complex would also include a pedestrian-friendly retail promenade.

Massive Mixed-Use Plan on the Boards For Bethesda Metro Plaza: Figure 2
A rendering of the planned development

Previous plans to redevelop buildings at Bethesda Metro Center (map) fell through, preceding approval of the new Bethesda Downtown Sector Plan. The new conceptual plans will be presented to the community on October 11.

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