Thursday, November 17, 2016
Former Red Tomato Cafe demolished in Bethesda (Photos)
You'll notice one wall remains standing, which means it is not technically a full demolition under Montgomery County code; in contrast, the old BCC Automotive facility adjacent to this had demolition permits posted.
This is part of the Lot 667 project by Greenhill Capital, which will transform an L-shaped collection of properties (old Fresh Grill and Dansez! Dansez building on Fairmont Avenue, and Red Tomato and BCC Automotive on St. Elmo Avenue - - renovation of 4901-A Fairmont has already been completed and is occupied by Tapabar and European Wax) into a new retail and restaurant center.
The project's design is by the local architecture firm of Steven J. Karr, AIA, Inc.