From Bethesda Beat
Work has started on a 294-unit apartment complex on property in White Flint once used as a dog park.
A joint venture with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and developer LCOR, the project at North Bethesda Town Center will join two other 300-unit apartment complexes developed by LCOR and provide a mix of floor plans.
Developers declined to provide estimated rents for the units, but said they will have a “competitive price point.”
The project is anticipated to be completed in early 2021. The Town Center also includes a Harris Teeter grocery and federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission offices.
Arrowwood will stand six stories and will replace a “pop-up” dog park for the residents of adjacent apartments. On the ground level, developers have set aside about 10,000 square feet for amenities including a clubhouse, fitness center, office space and music rooms. Outside, plans include a courtyard that includes grills, seating and space for activities such as yoga.
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