Sunday, June 12, 2016

Bethesda construction update: Element 28 luxury apartments (Photos)

The Element 28 luxury apartments are scheduled to deliver this fall at 100 Commerce Lane, directly across Old Georgetown Road from the Bethesda Metro station.

Element 28 will include 101 apartments and 3500 SF of retail.














18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Building looks ok. Not as nice looking as 7770 yet, but still an upgrade over the usual Greenhill/Karr collaborations

Anonymous said...

"Element 94" would have been a much cooler name.

Wrol said...

I like this one the best so far. Let's see how it finishes.

Weird name.

Anonymous said...

I personally think Element 69 would have been the best name - bet Dyer is too big a birdbrain to understand that innuendo!

Anonymous said...

Any news or rumors on the future retail tenant?

Anonymous said...

Does Dyer live at the Lionsgate? (Only way he could have taken the 2nd photo) Nice photos though.

Anonymous said...

Hopefully a nice retail tenant bar/restaurant on the corner to make Bethesda look less dead to those hopping off the Metro that don't venture to Woodmont or B-Row. Would compliment Tyber well too.

Anonymous said...

15 pictures of the same building?

#Photorrhea

Robert Dyer said...

8:28: 15 different pictures in a construction update makes perfect sense, unlike your comment.

Anonymous said...

@6:57: The second photo is from the top of the public parking garage fronting Woodmont adjacent to Lionsgate.

Robert said...

Interesting how they handled the "courtyard" space between the Akridge renovation, Tyber building, and Element. So much hardscaping. Interested to see how this turns out.

Anonymous said...

If only they could keep the blue. It looks great from a distance.

Anonymous said...

Why can't Karr build something like this?

Anonymous said...

Broken record. You don't like them or their projects.
Go troll them on something of theirs.
Just.Not.Here.

Anonymous said...

Broken record. You don't like Montgomery County or their council. Go live in NoVa.
Just.Not.Here.

Dawayne said...

Y'all folk need to realize both parties are exactly the same broken record on both sides here.

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Anonymous said...

As a chemist, I am not sure how you derived the name of your building from Nickel. It also is the 1st hits for Element 28 on google images, which for Advertising is good but for the effectiveness of transferring humanities knowledge a problem.

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