The Wentworth House at North Bathesda Center Designed by DHPYA

The Wentworth House at North Bethesda Center

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.

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