The Wilson and The Elm is a three-tower, 940,000 square foot landmark development in the heart of Bethesda, Maryland, at the prime intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and Elm Street. The Wilson, the office component of this mixed-use project, includes 348,000 square feet of office space, which is part of a larger master planned development featuring 456 apartments in two residential towers, deemed The Elm, as well as 12,000 square feet of place-making, ground floor retail.
The project will feature the highest-quality construction in Bethesda, including glass curtainwall facades, enhanced outdoor public and private spaces, first-class amenities, state-of-the-art building systems, robust COVID-19 preventative measures, and implementation of the latest sustainability standards.
This project also houses the new Purple Line transit stop serving downtown Bethesda and is directly adjacent to the new southern entrance to WMATA’s Red Line station. Additionally, the Capital Crescent Trail is just around the corner from The Wilson and The Elm, connecting walkers and cyclists with neighboring communities and Washington, D.C.
Located just steps away from The Wilson and The Elm, Bethesda Row contains a mix of open-air boutiques, stores, drugstore, restaurants, and salons.
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