CHEVY CHASE DEVELOPMENT

NEW CONDOS IN CHEVY CHASE – FRIENDSHIP HEIGHTS

Chevy Chase DC Development

Chevy Chase DC is a residential and commercial neighborhood comprised largely of stately single family homes and retail shopping and dining venues. New condominium and townhouse development is rare in Chevy Chase. Chase Point Condominium was built in 2006-2007, but most of the non-single family residential consists of older condominiums, co-ops and apartment buildings, of which there are relatively few. Chevy Chase extends into Maryland, where the mix is much the same.

Friendship Heights DC Development

Friendship Heights DC is a primarily commercial neighborhood that extends into Montgomery County Maryland. Comprised largely of retail shopping and dining venues, Friendship Heights stretches from Western Avenue (Maryland Line to the north) down River Road to Brandywine and up 41st to create a wedge shaped neighborhood. New condominium and townhouse development is rare in Friendship Heights. The renovation of 3900 Wisconsin will include new condominiums built on vacant land previously owned by mortgage underwriter Fannie Mae. Technically, the property is not in Friendship Heights but in Tenleytown, which is also the location of Sidwell Friends School, located across Wisconsin from 3900. Sidwell recently purchased a portion of the Fannie Mae property to add to their own. The project is not scheduled to develop until the mortgage giant relocates in 2019.
3900 WISCONSIN - FANNIE MAE REDEVELOPMENT

Mixed-use development

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Chevy Chase Large Scale Development

THE COLLECTION

The Collection shopping center is being reimagined

The Collection at 5471-5481 Wisconsin Avenue Chevy Chase, MD is a 112,000 square foot luxury shopping destination developers hoped would come to be known as “The Rodeo Drive of the East Coast,” but which has not seen the success hoped for. With the installation of City Center’s luxury shopping plaza, many of The Collection’s high-end brands are leaving. Developers were forced to reimagine the project as a venue better suited to the tastes of the neighborhood shopper, with more ‘aspirational’ rather than luxury tenants. Here are the changes being made, starting in 2016:
  • Exterior Facades & Signage

    • Unique storefronts
    • Varied signage
    • Enhanced wayfinding
    • New lighting

    Public Spaces

    • Warmer materials, greener spaces, inviting seating options
    • Increased outdoor restaurant seating
    • New tiered plaza

    Pedestrian & Circulation Improvements

    • New rotary entrance
    • 2-way internal retail promenade
    • New crosswalk on Wisconsin Circle

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