Developer Details Old Georgetown Road Project


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A developer wants to build 120 apartments and ground-floor retail at the existing site of the United Bank branch near the Bethesda Metro station. McLean, Va.-based developer Kettler is preparing an application for a project plan at 7535 Old Georgetown Rd., the stone building at the corner of Old Georgetown and Commerce Lane that houses the bank. The mixed-use project will be 143 feet tall. The site is near the Bethesda Metro bus bays and in the shadow of the 7550 Old Georgetown Rd Class C office building currently under construction. Kettler made a presentation of the plans, which includes 5,000 square feet of ground-floor retail directly across the street from restaurant La Madeleine, on Tuesday at the Bethesda Chevy Chase Regional Services Center. Illustrative ground floor plan via Bethesda Chevy Chase Regional Services Center

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