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This Winter’s Top Bethesda Condo Developments with Units for Sale

BethesdaAnyone who’s spent time in the Baltimore-Washington Corridor area knows that Bethesda is a true gem with unrivaled elegance and charm. All one need do to confirm this fact is to look at the number of national “best cities” lists that Bethesda is applauded by annually—it’s enough congratulating to make a room full of politicians at a cocktail party blush. And speaking of political activities, part of what makes this area so attractive is that it’s a perfect commuter hub for young professionals and couples with families who have daily business in the nation’s capital. So with the charm and luxuriant affluence of Bethesda in mind, below is a rundown of four stellar condo complexes—all built after the mid-’80s—that offer sleek modern living in this lovely D.C.-area enclave.

Lionsgate:  Built in 2008, this 12-story building offers luxury condos at about $1 million on average that come with top-tier amenities. These include a breathtaking rooftop terrace, an executive room for business meetings and a state-of-the-art fitness room. Lionsgate also has some lovely shops on its floor level, is just a stone’s throw away from the Bethesda Metro station and offers valet and doorman service. The building is located at 7710 Woodmont Avenue within the Woodmont Triangle.

Adagio: The very translation of this development’s title, “at ease,” is exactly what dwellers within the Adagio experience out of life on a daily basis. Located at the front door of Downtown Bethesda, this 239-unit high-rise built in 2007 offers some of the finest in modern, luxury condo living that the area has to offer. The Adagio is also home to the 35,000-square-foot Washington Sports Club for the fitness-minded, and also offers magnificent views of the area through floor-to-ceiling windows.

The Wisconsin: This luxuriant 1991 building is all about location, with fine dining, shopping at the White Flint Mall and North Bethesda Market, and charming boutiques all a quick stroll from its doors. This said, there are also plenty of reasons those taking up residence in The Wisconsin will never want to leave its walls. The development offers a gym, tennis courts, racquetball, yoga and sauna rooms, and plenty of other amenities that give it the feeling of a first-class hotel. And commuters will also love the location at 5809 Nicholson Lane, right off the White Flint Metro Station.

Hampden Square: Built in 1989, the Hampden Square is the oldest of these four buildings, and despite its many modern upgrades, it also retains some of its elegant vintage character in the form of mahogany floors in several units and spacious, high ceilings. The development is also outfitted with indoor parking, a fitness room and beautiful tree-lined views of the Bethesda area. Located at 4801 Hampden Lane, this eight-story building is a retro-modern gem.

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