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New renderings reveal plans for luxury apartments near White Flint Metro

The project will be part of a three-building complex that also offers a Harris Teeter grocery store

All renderings via LCOR White Flint

Next to the White Flint Metro station in Bethesda, Maryland, there are plans for a brand new 295-unit apartment project that will be a part of a three-building complex headed by developer LCOR White Flint. Renderings for this building were recently revealed by Bethesda Magazine, who further reported that this new development will be the highest-end in the complex.

The two other buildings in the complex have already completed construction with the 312-unit Wentworth House finishing in 2008 and the 341-unit Aurora delivering in 2014. Bethesda Magazine reported that the complex also features a 63,000-square-foot Harris Teeter grocery store and a 362,000-square-foot office building for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

This new building is expected to break ground in the summer of 2018. Construction is expected to take approximately two years.

North Bethesda Town Center Developer Shares Images of New Apartments Near White Flint Metro [Bethesda Magazine]