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Montgomery County Board to decide on Apex Building’s future tomorrow

If approved for redevelopment, the site will eventually house the tallest building in Bethesda

Rendering via Carr Properties

Bethesda’s Apex Building at 7272 Wisconsin Avenue may one day be demolished for an underground Purple Line station, an entrance to the Bethesda Metro Station, and two new buildings. This can’t happen, though, until the Montgomery County Planning Board officially grants the developer site permission. Bethesda Magazine reported that the board will have their discussion this Thursday.

If approved, developer Carr Properties will construct around 940,000 square feet of mixed-use space and 480 residential units. 360,000 square feet of the space will be for office use. The entire complex will tower up to nearly 300 feet tall, making it the tallest building in Bethesda.

County Planning Board To Consider Approving Bethesda’s Tallest Building [Bethesda Magazine]

Bethesda’s Apex Building to be Razed for Apartments, Offices, and Retail [Curbed DC]