Battery Lane Condo Coming In 2016


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 Existing site, at the intersection of Woodmont Avenue and Battery Lane The developer of a nine-story, 46-unit condo project on Battery Lane announced Thursday that construction will start later this year and hopefully be complete by 2016. Reston-based Duball is developing Woodmont View, the luxury condo that will occupy a skinny piece of land at the northwest corner of Battery Lane and Woodmont Avenue. Duball bought the spot for $6 million and has closed on a $26 million construction loan from EagleBank. It also has Planning Board approval. The building will have 46 two-unit condos, nine of which will be moderately priced, averaging 1,500 square feet. There will be retail on the ground, expected to be a restaurant. The property has just 60 feet of frontage on Battery Lane and will back up to the Woodmont House, a transitional residence for patients and families at the Children's Inn at NIH. The existing four-story office building will be torn down. It's now home to the Hope Floats Wellness Spa and is being used as a satellite office for Donohoe Construction, which is building the 8300 Wisconsin project across Woodmont Avenue. Duball is developing a mixed-use apartment and hotel in Rockville Town Center and built the luxury Lionsgate condominiums on Woodmont Avenue. Rendering via Duball

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