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In Downtown Bethesda, plans for a 171-unit, 12-story mixed-use project

A little under half a mile away from the Bethesda Metro station

Bethesda Gateway. Rendering via KTGY Group, Inc.

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]