From Bethesda Beat
Developers of a 5-acre North Bethesda property have submitted altered plans to the county Planning Board, reducing the number of total apartments to incorporate about three dozen three-bedroom units.
The Planning Board in 2016 approved plans for 614 residential units and up to 34,000 square feet of retail use to be built in two phases at the intersection of Nicholson Lane and Huff Court. Each phase was planned to yield a mixed-use building with ground-floor retail, separated by a walkway and plaza.
The developers, Potomac-based Foulger-Pratt and partner ProMark Real Estate of Rockville, have proposed decreasing the number of residences to 567 to add 38 three-bedroom apartment units and increasing the percentage of two-bedroom units at the project called East Village.
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