Downtown Silver Spring building to be razed for 360-unit mixed-use project

Curbed Washington DC

July 31, 2017

A 60-year-old building in downtown Silver Spring, Maryland, is planned to get a whole lot more residential. Washington Business Journal reported that developers The Bozzuto Group and StonebridgeCarras hope to raze the current building, located at 8787 Georgia Avenue, and build a mixed-use project with 360 residential units.

The 413,821-square-foot project will also offer a below-grade parking garage as well as up to 50,000 square feet of retail. In response to community feedback, the proposed building has changed from a U-shape to more of a W-shape.

Last week, the Montgomery County Board signed off on the sketch plan, but it is still in flux, according to Bethesda Magazine.

The building currently houses the Maryland-National Capital Parks and Planning Commission. The architecture firm behind the project is KTGY.

• In Silver Spring, development team envisions new look and use for an aging public building site[Washington Business Journal]

• Planning Board Passes Redevelopment Proposal for Its Own Headquarters [Bethesda Magazine]