One of the tallest new residential towers planned for Bethesda could get a key approval this week.
The Montgomery County Planning Board is expected to approve Metro Tower, a 25-story, 390-unit development at 7316 Wisconsin Avenue (map) from developer Saul Centers. Fifteen percent of the apartments will be moderately-priced dwelling units. The project, designed by Torti Gallas + Partners, would replace a five-story building at the address.
The development plan would also improve the adjacent public plaza and enlarge it from 4,672 to 9,183 square feet by razing the two-story building that constitutes unit C-2 of 4800 Hampden Lane (map).
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/one-of-bethesdas-tallest-new-towers-could-get-key-approval-this-week/15667.
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