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Developers pitch ‘multigenerational community’ on Montgomery County land owned by religious groups

April 14, 2022

Two developers are advancing a shared plan to buy and redevelop religious institutions’ transit-accessible property in North Bethesda as a “multigenerational community.” The proposed 15-acre community, located at 4910 and 4920 Strathmore Ave., would include a 145-bed senior assisted-living facility and 125 single-family homes, of which about 115 would be attached and 10 detached. Brandywine Living, a New Jersey-based senior care company, would build the former facility on the eastern part of the site.

Article Source: Baltimore Business Journal

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