The well-lit Donohoe construction site of That 70s Building (a.k.a. The Gallery at Bethesda) makes details of the rapidly-rising structure more visible at night than in the daytime.
Among the interesting details in the photos below: the actual underground parking garage entrance and ramp are now well under construction. It practically looks ready to drive a whitewall tire, vinyl roof 70s sedan into.
There's also a bridge segment that ends in middair, probably temporary, but where you might expect Darth Vader to duel Luke Skywalker.
The building in the background is Triangle Towers, and that's the original WHFS radio tower atop the building.
That 70s Building continues to hold a commanding lead in the current Bethesda construction race, and Donohoe is on track to deliver the first post-recession luxury building downtown by winter.