Silver Spring Church To Convert To 259-Unit Apartment Complex

  • June 21st 2013

by Shilpi Paul

Silver Spring Church To Convert To 259-Unit Apartment Complex: Figure 1
Rendering courtesy of SK&I Architectural Design Group.

The First Baptist Church at 8415 Fenton Street (map) in Silver Spring is set to be turned into a 259-unit mixed-use development, reported the Washington Business Journal on Friday.

Lakritz Adler and Grosvenor will be developing the site in a joint venture. In addition to apartments, plans call for 19,000 square feet of retail space. They will also be building a new church for First Baptist on an adjacent plot.

SK&I Architectural Design Group is designing the project, which is located close to downtown Silver Spring, the Whole Foods Market and the Metro station. Construction is estimated to begin on the $80 million development by the end of this year or early 2014, and delivery is slated for the end of 2015.

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