Next spring, the first phase of a multi-phase, mixed-use project in Chevy Chase, Maryland, is expected to break ground. In an interview with Bethesda Magazine, President and CEO of the Chevy Chase Land Co. Thomas Regnell described the first phase of the project as “very ambitious.”
Located at the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Manor Road, beside a future Purple Line Metro station, the Chevy Chase Lake town center redevelopment will feature three buildings with up to 790,000 square feet of space and 534 homes.
Bethesda Magazine reports that one of these buildings will span 11 stories, while the other two will be six stories, each with ground-floor retail, topped by residential space. There is also a town square planned.
For the second phase, near the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Chevy Chase Lake Drive, there will be an additional 1.5 million square feet of development.
It’s still unclear of if the Chevy Chase Supermarket will reopen when the project is complete
For more renderings, be sure to check out Bethesda Magazine.
• Chevy Chase Lake Developers Expect to Break Ground in Spring 2018 [Bethesda Magazine]