Rendering of The Darcy.
A Pottery Barn and Pottery Barn Kids will anchor The Darcy, an 88-unit luxury condo project currently under construction in downtown Bethesda, according to Bethesda’s Robert Dyer. The home furnishings store will take up about 17,900 square feet of space on two levels in the new development.
The Darcy is part of 370,000-square-foot multi-use project on Lot 31 in Bethesda that includes The Flats, an 162-unit apartment building, and a large underground parking garage. The development has already signed on a number of retail tenants including Chop’t, the Silver Diner and Paul Bakery, according to a news release from the developer. The Darcy will feature condos ranging in size from one-bedrooms up to three-bedroom, 3.5 bath units. The announcement means more than 90 percent of the available retail space at the future development has been leased.
Its location at Woodmont and Bethesda Avenues (map) places it a few blocks from the Bethesda Metro station and just across the street from Bethesda Row. The Darcy is one of a slew of residential developments that are on the boards or have recently delivered in downtown Bethesda.
The Darcy broke ground about a year ago and is still in the construction phase. It’s scheduled to open in Spring 2015.
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