In case you haven’t notice Bethesda has a lot going on. Construction is everywhere so we wanted to make sure you knew about all the new developments under way and the new ones soon on the way.
First there is Cheval Bethesda http://www.chevalbethesda.com/ located at 4960 Fairmont Ave. The 17-story tower will contain 70 condominium units ranging in size from 900 to 3,000 square feet. The building will also include 2,000 square feet of artist studio space,100 parking spaces and ground-floor retail. This project, by developer Starr Capital is in the review phase.
Hampden Row http://www.hampdenrow.com/ located at 4915 Hampden Lane. Toll Brothers City Living® is developing this 55-unit luxury condo building, now selling, and scheduled to deliver its first residences in the fall of 2016. Residences range from 1- to 3-bedrooms and have been designed to achieve a new standard of luxury living in Bethesda, all the while blending traditional design with modern touches. Kitchens and bathrooms features high-end finishes and fixtures. Prices range from the mid-$400,000s to over $4 million. The Sales Gallery is located at 4912 Hampden Lane in the Shoppes of Bethesda.
Carr properties has already started prep work on the demolition of the Apex Building at 7272 Wisconsin Ave. Carr is working with the county and state to construct an underground station for the Purple Line. Above ground, the developer plans to erect a 350,000-square-foot office building and two residential towers with up to 500 units.
Marriott International Inc. has signed on the dotted line, making its eventual move to a brand new, downtown Bethesda headquarters official. Marriott announced that it has signed agreements with the Bernstein Cos. and Boston Properties for the new corporate headquarters and flagship Marriott Hotel at 7500 Wisconsin Ave.
Construction at 4747 & 4749 Bethesda Ave has stopped on the downtown Bethesda location for gourmet grocer Dean & DeLuca, and the store’s projected opening has been delayed to 2019. Developer JBG Smith had originally estimated the store would open in the fall of 2017. Progress on the space has halted because Dean & DeLuca is working on changes to the store design. The store project at 4749 Bethesda Ave. is part of JBG Smith’s overhaul of the area near the intersection of Bethesda and Woodmont avenues. The company is also developing a 14-story building at 4747 Bethesda Ave. that will provide about 280,000 square feet of office space and 7,000 square feet of retail space.