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EYA's Chevy Chase Project Now Includes More Than 300 Units, A 2-Acre Park

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Rendering of the planned development and new green space from EYA and Bernstein Management Corp. in Chevy Chase, Maryland
Rendering of the planned development and new green space from EYA and Bernstein Management Corp. in Chevy Chase, Md.

Developers EYA and Bernstein Management Corp., in their bid to develop a parking lot next to a historic market building in Chevy Chase, are pitching adding more than 2 acres of green space.

In a new application with the Town of Chevy Chase, the developers have pitched a new apartment and retail building to cover the site of the Farm Women's Market surface parking lot, next to an already-proposed, 175-foot-tall tower, Bethesda Magazine reports. The proposed tower's site was home to the Villain & Saint restaurant.

In all, the project could include 325 apartment units, 18 townhouses and 30K SF of retail, although the designs are preliminary, the developers told a local community meeting. In all, the site would include more than 4 acres of parkland, including the 2.6 acres of new green space that the developers would add to the site, according to the application.