Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Signage goes up at site of Stonehall Bethesda luxury condos (Photos)

Heavy equipment cleared the future site of the Stonehall Bethesda luxury condos of debris on Tuesday, following demolition of the existing structure. Signage promoting the 46-unit building was installed around the premises, with imagery from the website that is now live.

Stonehall will offer 2-bedroom condos from the $800,000s, 3-bedrooms from $1.7 million, and penthouses starting at $2.3 million.

Amenities will include the ubiquitous rooftop deck, upscale restaurant on-site, and a Harris Teeter grocery store directly across Woodmont Avenue. Stonehall is one of several new luxury buildings offering housing within a very short walking distance of NIH and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

As a condo, it is in particular competition with The Lauren, Hampden Row, and The Darcy, in terms of projects that are built or underway (JBG's 7770 Norfolk is marketing its condos at a lower pricing tier). Duball, LLC is the developer of Stonehall.


Anonymous said...

"Classically Modern"

"Exceptional residences"


Larry said...

Nice to see this area start to get developed. Woodmont Triangle certainly needs more housing and all the help it can get with all the restaurants and shops always going out of business.

This may be the starting bell for Battery Lane redevelopment and the loss of our "naturally occurring" affordable housing though.

Hopefully we can start drawing the big NIH numbers down to spend some of their money. It's so close yet we hardly see any of their dollars - just their traffic.

Anonymous said...

I can't figure out what you're trying to say, Larry. Your first and second paragraphs appear to contradict each other and your third paragraph makes no sense.

Larry said...

I'm not arguing anything. Simply commenting about the good and bad. Not everyone is on a combatitive side. :)

Anonymous said...

The old brick apartments on Bradley & Battery provide affordable housing for people starting out. Not everyone can afford $3,000 a month rent for a 1 bedroom in the new buildings.

Anonymous said...

No one is debating that. So what's your point?

Anonymous said...

Lol I thought the same thing. Barf indeed!