The urban landscape in Bethesda and Chevy Chase is changing, and if you're curious to know about the developments on tap in your neighborhood, look no further.
The Bethesda-Chevy Chase Regional Services Center has launched an interactive map detailing up-and-coming projects in Bethesda's urban district, whether they're under construction, under review or approved and pending.
You've probably already noticed an uptick in construction in downtown Bethesda. Projects that have already broken ground include Lot 31, at the intersection of Woodmont and Bethesda avenues; Bainbridge Bethesda, between St. Elmo and Fairmont Avenues, and the Gallery of Bethesda, on Auburn Avenue.
There's plenty more on the way, however. Click over the B-CC RSC blog to check out the map, and let us know what you think of developments planned for your neighborhood.
What do you think about the planned developments in Bethesda and Chevy Chase? Are you happy to see more jobs, retail and housing coming to Bethesda? Are you concerned about traffic and the impacts of construction? Tell us in the comments.