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Carr Properties' Apex Building Redevelopment Project Gets First Approval

Bethesda Magazine

Bethesda Magazine recently reported on Carr Properties' redevelopment of the Apex Building in downtown Bethesda,noting that "because the site sits on top of the existing Capital Crescent Trail tunnel and the location of a planned Bethesda Purple Line station, final approval of the project and demolition of the building could allow the state and private contractors to design a more spacious station with a new bicycle and pedestrian tunnel under Wisconsin Avenue." Lerch, Early & Brewer attorney Bob Harris serves as lead land use counsel for the proposed redevelopment, which received Sketch Plan approval from the Montgomery County Planning Board.

“We’re presented here with one last opportunity to really build the right Purple Line station and in fact to get a Purple Line station there,” Bob said.

Read the complete story at "Apex Building Redevelopment Project Gets First Approval."

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