Inside Pike & Rose’s Newest Apartment Complex

August expected to bring retail openings, first resident move-ins


Living and dining area in a model two-bedroom apartment at the Henri, the newest residential complex at Pike & Rose.

Via Federal Realty

The next phase of Pike & Rose has already marked the arrival of its inaugural retail tenant, REI, and the neighborhood’s first residents are set to move in next month.

The Henri, a brick-faced building that sits along Grand Park Avenue, will contribute 272 rental units to the ever-expanding neighborhood in North Bethesda. Its residents will live above an H&M and Sephora and just across the street from Pinstripes, a bowling alley and restaurant, according to representatives of Federal Realty Investment Trust, the developer.

The building, named for an American architect known as the “father of skyscrapers,” will offer studios as well as one- and two-bedroom apartments, with rents ranging between $1,420 and $4,960 per month. The building will have 221,000 square feet of rentable space and also include a rooftop lounge and swimming pool, a theater room and a second-floor arcade with pinball machines, billiards and shuffleboard.

Along with the Henri, several other pieces of Pike & Rose’s second phase are nearing completion. Jill McCarthy, Federal Realty’s director of marketing, said the Grand Park Avenue extension that runs past the Henri will be ready in late July. Rose Park, which is located a short distance from the apartments, is expected to open early August, she said.

And the stores on the first-floor of the apartment building should be up and running sometime next month, she said. 

Meanwhile, prospective tenants at the Henri are touring a couple model units that are already finished.

McCarthy and other Federal Realty representatives gave Bethesda Beat a look:

Model two-bedroom unit at the Henri at Pike & Rose. Credit: Bethany Rodgers.


Model studio at the Henri in Pike & Rose. Credit: Bethany Rodgers.

Exterior of the Henri at Pike & Rose. Credit: Bethany Rodgers.


Renderings of arcade, lounge areas and fitness areas at the Henri. Credit: Federal Realty.

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