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Downtown Bethesda apartment development updated to include 75 more units

August 23, 2022

Plans for a new apartment building in downtown Bethesda have been updated to include about 75 more units than originally proposed, according to documents filed with the Montgomery County Planning Board. Developer Foulger-Pratt in 2019 received approval from the Planning Board to build a 22-story, 260-unit multifamily building on three parcels along Wisconsin and Miller avenues. Since then, the company has acquired another adjacent property, on Bethesda Avenue, that has allowed the project to expand to include 335 units, according to plans filed with the Planning Board.

Article Source: Bethesda Beat

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