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The Chevy Chase Land Company has begun a $25-million renovation project at the 2 Bethesda Metro Center office building in Bethesda, MD.

The Chevy Chase Land Company Begins $25M Renovation at 2 Bethesda Metro Center

The Chevy Chase Land Company has begun a $25-million renovation project to reposition 2 Bethesda Metro Center, a 290,318-square-foot office asset in Bethesda, MD.

Peter Rosan, Kevin McGloon and Katie Gormley of Cushman & Wakefield will handle leasing duties on behalf of landlord The Chevy Chase Land Company, a commercial real estate developer that focuses on mixed-use, transit-oriented projects.

Renovations to the ground level will include a new building façade, a relocated entryway off the metro and a new lobby with expanded gathering areas. A new dedicated amenity building will provide fitness center, rooftop patio with open-air fitness space, covered walkway and conference center with tenant lounge, pool table and kitchen.

Upon completion, expected in 2023, the property will have an improved presence on Woodmont Avenue, simpler building access and a concierge desk. Tenants will have access to a full list of services on CBRE’s Host Concierge platform, which digitally connects tenants to building amenities and provides immersive hospitality.


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