Early Designs for Bethesda Gateway Project Submitted to Advisory Panel

Developer is considering a 120-foot mixed-use project with housing, commercial space


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Drawing of the proposed Bethesda Gateway project at the corner of East-West Highway and Montgomery Avenue.

Via The Bozzuto Group

Drawings for a residential project called “Bethesda Gateway,” at the intersection of East-West Highway and Montgomery Avenue, are headed before a panel of design advisors on Wednesday.

The concept by The Bozzuto Group, a Greenbelt-based developer, involves constructing a 120-foot building primarily dedicated to multi-family homes. A commercial component also could be part of the plan, according to a project description.

The addresses at 4300, 4302 and 4304 East-West Highway currently have single-family homes that are used as offices.

The developer has submitted some of the early renderings for the 12-story project to the Bethesda Downtown Design Advisory Panel, a group that provides recommendations aimed at supporting architectural excellence in the downtown area. The panel was created as part of the Bethesda Downtown Sector Plan, a long-range growth document approved by county leaders earlier this year.

Bozzuto is seeking input from the group on some of the building elements before making a formal project submission with the county planning board.

The panel is set to discuss the project during a meeting Wednesday morning.

Preliminary design for the Bethesda Gateway project in downtown Bethesda. Via The Bozzuto Group.

Bethany Rodgers can be reached at bethany.rodgers@bethesdamagazine.com.

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