DEVELOPER: Washington Property Co.
DETAILS: The 12-story, 139-unit building
opened for move-ins in the fall of 2016
with on-site amenities including a cyber
café, clubroom and outdoor grilling patio.
The ground floor includes 6, 100 square
feet of retail space that will be home to
True Food Kitchen, a restaurant focused
on healthy eating that’s slated to open
in the spring of 2017. Units range from
610-square-foot studios to 1,412-square-
foot, three-bedroom apartments, and rents
range from $2,057 to $6,460 a month.
ADDRESS: 4850 Rugby Ave.
DETAILS: This companion project to
Gallery Bethesda—the apartment building,
also from Donohoe, that kicked off
Woodmont Triangle’s building boom when
it opened in June 2014—is in the early
stages of construction. The 16-story, 221-
unit project is expected to be completed
in 2018. Details on unit types and rents
haven’t been finalized. Bethesda-based
Donohoe hopes almost 13,000 square
feet of ground-floor retail space around the
existing pedestrian plaza at the adjacent
Gallery Bethesda will help to further
reinvigorate the area.
CHEVY CHASE LAKE
ADDRESS: On Chevy Chase Lake Drive
near its intersection with Connecticut
DEVELOPERS: EYA and the Montgomery
County Housing Opportunities Commission
DETAILS: Construction started in the
summer of 2016 on this 11-story, 200-unit
apartment building and it’s expected to be
completed in 2018. Pricing details weren’t
available at press time. Forty of the units
are expected to be income-restricted
affordable housing to help make up for
the loss of the Housing Opportunities
Commission garden apartments that
were demolished elsewhere on Chevy
Chase Lake Drive to make way for EYA’s
Brownstones at Chevy Chase Lake, a
luxury townhome development. The
townhomes and apartment building will be
separated by a half-acre park with a green
lawn and water feature.
MAJESTIC AT WATKINS MILL
ADDRESS: 120 Paramount Park Drive
DEVELOPER: BP Realty Investments LLC
DETAILS: The five-story, 243-unit building
at the eastern gateway of the Watkins
Mill Town Center was completed in 2016.
Amenities include a saltwater pool,
dog wash area, theater room and three
landscaped terraces with Moroccan-inspired fountains. Some units face
the Performers Park fountain, a water
feature with jets for kids to splash in that
serves as the centerpiece of the new
neighborhood. One-bedroom units range
from 504 to 1,020 square feet and start
at $1,414 a month. Two-bedroom units
range from 991 to 1,321 square feet and
start at $1,664 a month.
ADDRESS: Grand Park Avenue
DEVELOPER: Federal Realty Investment
DETAILS: The third new residential building
with units for rent at Pike & Rose—following
Pallas and PerSei—is under construction,
with an expected completion in late
2017. Leasing at the 12-story building,
part of Pike & Rose’s second phase of
development, is set to start in spring 2017.
The Henri will include studio, one-bedroom
and two-bedroom units next door to many
of the restaurants and venues that have
become staples of the first phase of Pike &
Rose, including iPic Theaters and the AMP
by Strathmore music venue.
ADDRESS: 11550 Old Georgetown Road
DEVELOPER: Federal Realty Investment
DETAILS: The second residential building
at Pike & Rose opened in June 2015
and unveiled its additional top-floor
penthouse units that November. The
319-unit, 19-floor building features what
$1,795 a month for a 646-square-foot
the developer has described as hotel-
style concierge services, along with a
rooftop lounge, soundproof music rooms
and private garden plots. Prices start at
studio; $1,875 a month for a 702-square-
foot, one-bedroom unit; $2,425 for a
989-square-foot, two-bedroom space; and
$4,775 a month for a 1,573-square-foot,
ADDRESS: 12430 Park Potomac Ave.
DETAILS: The five-story, 297-unit
building—part of the larger Park Potomac
neighborhood—opened for move-ins in
the spring of 2016 and has one-, two- and
three-bedroom apartments ranging from
$1,790 to $4,727 a month. There is a
pool, fitness center, “scenic Zen garden”
and a complimentary shuttle bus for
residents to the White Flint Metro station.
The apartments are a short walk from a
Harris Teeter grocery store.
ADDRESS: 8010 Gramercy Blvd.
DEVELOPERS: The Bozzuto Group and EYA
DETAILS: The first of four apartment
buildings in the expansive Westside at
Shady Grove neighborhood, The Daley
is expected to be completed in summer
2017. The 333-unit building is about a
two-minute walk from the Shady Grove
Metro station, and amenities will include
a fitness facility, yoga studio, and billiards
and gaming area. Pricing details were not
available at press time.
GALVAN AT TWINBROOK
ADDRESS: 1801 Chapman Ave.
DEVELOPER: The JBG Cos.
DETAILS: The 356-unit apartment building
situated between Rockville Pike and
the Twinbrook Metro station opened for
move-ins in late 2015, accompanied by
a ground-floor Safeway grocery store and
a host of restaurant and retail neighbors,
including interior design store Ethan
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