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Steve Robins Discusses New Apartment Building Proposal for Woodmont Triangle

Land use attorney Steve Robins is quoted in discussing The Lenkin Company's proposal for a 16-story, 210-unit apartment building in Bethesda's Woodmont Triangle. If the proposal is approved, the developers would like to build a publicly accessible walk-thru space for pedestrians to complement the current walk-thru space at Bainbridge Bethesda. Steve said that the extension of the walk-thru will create a "single uniform space" between the two buildings. The building proposal also includes retail spaces and a four-level underground garage.

Steve Robins is a land use attorney at Lerch, Early & Brewer in Bethesda, Maryland who represents The Lenkin Company in the development of the apartment building between St. Elmo and Fairmont Avenues.


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