Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Demolition Underway at Woodmont Triangle


Demolition crews are clearing the way for Donohoe Development Company's high-rise apartment and retail development, The Gallery of Bethesda, in Woodmont Triangle.

Commercial offices and surface parking lots at 4800 Auburn Avenue will make way for 234 apartments and 4,660 s.f. of retail.The new 17-story building "includes its own pedestrian street, public art, and a variety of green amenities," according to the project webpage.



The Gallery of Bethesda is the first residential building Donohoe plans for the area. Another phase of development includes a second high-rise with 221 apartments and 14,520 s.f. of retail space at 4850 Rugby Rd.



Both residential highrises are part of a larger plan dubbed Woodmont Central that brings office space, residential units and retail to the neighborhood. A third building at 8280 Wisconsin Ave. will feature 81,000 s.f. of "Class A" office space and 10,500 s.f. of ground-floor retail space. WDG Architecture designed all three buildings.

Update:
New renderings were added to this post.


Bethesda, Maryland, real estate development news

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hopefully Bethesda's market will be positioned to absorb this exorbitant single point quantity of rental units when Donohoe finally gets around to completing it by 2020.

 

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