Tuesday, May 29, 2007

The Full Monty – More New Residential Units Coming to Bethesda

In the next week, the Montgomery County Planning Board is expected to approve the application submitted by Monty LLC for The Monty, a 210,000-sf, mixed-use development to be located in (surprise) the Woodmont Triangle area of Bethesda, specifically the rectangle of land between Fairmont and St. Elmo Avenues (4915-4917 Fairmont and 4914-4918 St. Elmo, now home to one- and two-story storefronts) to the northeast of Old Georgetown Road and southwest of Norfolk Avenue. The planned 17-story development will contain a maximum of 133 residential units (20 of which will be moderately priced dwelling units), and up to 7,700 sf of ground-floor retail, with 197 underground parking spots. About 5,500 sf will be public space, including a fountain, public art, benches, and a mid-street passageway between the two avenues. Architect for this project is SK&I. The Monty will be directly across Fairmont Avenue from the recently approved 118-unit 4900 Fairmont project, and is yet another addition to the rapidly developing residential market in greater Bethesda.

Previously: More Bethesda Development! 4900 Fairmont Avenue Project Up For Approval
Previously: Boomtown Bethesda – Yet More Development


Bethesda Guy said...

I count (not yet broken ground)..
1) Lot 31 project
2) Adjacent retail+hotel+residential project
3)Woodmont/Hampden residential
4)Hampden residential
5&6) two residential on Fairmont
7)Rugby residential
8)Trillium residential
9)Isn't there a Battery Lane/Woodmont something-or-other?
10) Air rights hotel

Nick on Jun 3, 2007, 10:22:00 PM said...

If you click on the two "Previously" links at the end of the story, you'll see a good round-up of all these Bethesda projects, both in the Woodmont Triangle area and Bethesda Row!

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