A project, dubbed “Bethesda Gateway,” has been proposed for Downtown Bethesda, Maryland. Bisnow reports that the planned 120-foot-tall mixed-use project would replace a row of single-family homes located at 4300, 4302, and 4304 East-West Highway.
If approved, the 12-story project will house 171 residential units atop 10,000 square feet of retail. The location is less than half a mile away from the Bethesda Metro station.
The developer behind the project is The Bozzuto Group.
So far, public reactions to the project have been a little less than positive. Comments on this Bethesda Magazine article included, “Boy is that UGLY,” “Hideous,” and “Dense. Soulless.” What are your thoughts? Let Curbed DC know in the comments.
• Bozzuto Pitches 12-Story Mixed-Use Project In Downtown Bethesda [Bisnow]
• Early Designs for Bethesda Gateway Project Submitted to Advisory Panel [Bethesda Magazine]