Designed by Dorsky Hodgson Parrish Yue Architects (DHPYA), the Wentworth House is the first building at North Bethesda Center, a 32-acre of $900 million mixed-use development located in the Washington, DC area. The Wentworth House itself is a $70 million, 18-story, 312-unit luxury apartment building with a Harris Teeter Grocery Store at its base. As mentioned in the press release, the Wentworth was designed with sense of community.
“North Bethesda Center will be a self sufficient community in the midst of a highly developed suburban corridor. The Wentworth exemplifies the level of quality and creativity that must be in place to successfully launch this type of large-scale, transit-oriented urban development model,” says Sandy Silverman, Partner, DHPY.