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The Lauren Condos For Sale in Bethesda, Maryland
Located at 4901 Hampden Lane, Bethesda, Maryland 20814
Located in highly-desirable Bethesda, Maryland, The Lauren is the epitome of the ultra-high end luxury boutique condominium. There are only 29 residences in this downtown seven-story building. And with prices ranging from $1.5 million to over $5 million, you can bet this place is exclusive. In fact, a 7,300 square foot penthouse was once listed at over $10 million.
Delivered in 2017, developers TTR/Sotheby’s, 1788 Holdings and Persimmon Capital Partners along with architects Robert M. Swerdroe and the Akseizer Design Group (ADG), teamed up on a very sweet project indeed. Forget your mini-home trend, floorplans for these urban residences start at 1,400 square feet and climb to over 6,000 square feet (not counting the penthouse). In a word, spectacular.
Condos for Sale at The Lauren Condominium in Downtown Bethesda Maryland
Located at 4802 Montgomery Lane, this new Bethesda building joins the ranks of the quickly swelling luxury condominiums in the downtown area. Others include The Darcy, 930 Rose, Stonehall Bethesda, Cheval Bethesda, Lionsgate at Woodmont and Hampden Row.
The lifestyle experience at The Lauren begins with the floorplans. These unusually large city residences include one bedroom plus den, two bedrooms plus office, two bedrooms plus library, three bedrooms plus breakfast room, three bedrooms plus office, and the three-bedrooms plus den, master study, formal dining room, bar, maid’s quarters and grand terrace!
You can toss in direct elevator access, premium hardwood floors, private outdoor spaces, floor-to-ceiling windows, vented fireplaces, slab stone and marble countertops, Wolf, Bosch and SubZero appliances and much more.
And even though there’s only 29 units here, residents will also enjoy a two-story lobby with 24/7 front desk, highly-personalized concierge service, a resident sommelier, valet laundry, dry-cleaning and alterations, pet services, a wine lounge & screening room, valet parking, automotive care, a state-of-the-art fitness center, private guest suites and an amazing rooftop terrace.But perhaps one wishes to forgo the building’s wine bar and resident sommelier and stroll over to Jaleo by Jose Andres, Mussel Bar and Grille by Robert Wiedmaier, Vino Volo or any other number of hotspots. That’s perfectly okay—you can always end the evening with a nightcap on your own private terrace. It’s all about options at The Lauren.
Living in the Downtown Bethesda Area
The Lauren is positioned in the heart of Downtown Bethesda, one of the fastest developing areas in all of Washington Metro. The confluence of urban shops, restaurants, entertainment, offices and luxury condominiums has continued to fuel both residential growth and visitor experiences. Residents at The Lauren are barely two short blocks from Wisconsin Avenue and an equal distance from the highly popular and very upscale Bethesda Row outdoor mall.
This heady combination of the Wisconsin Avenue Corridor and Bethesda Row makes for an unbeatable location. Add the boutique exclusivity of just 29 residences and it’s clear what the developers of The Lauren were aiming for—an intimate and catered lifestyle experience in a thriving urban environment with loads of convenience.
Proximity to Washington, DC
Residents at The Lauren will find themselves just minutes from Washington, DC. The building is only 2.5 miles from the DC border and 7.5 miles from Capitol Hill. Wisconsin Avenue is an obvious direct route, going all the way to Georgetown. You can also veer onto Massachusetts Avenue just past the National Cathedral, leading past grand old historic buildings and into Downtown DC with its panoply of culture, politics, business, shopping, dining and entertainment. Catch the Washington Wizards of the NBA at Capital One Arena, the Washington Nationals of MLB at Nationals Park or DC United pro soccer at Audi Field. From black tie events at the Kennedy Center to the National Mall with all its national museums and monuments, the nation's capital is one of the world's greatest destination places.
Transit Options in Downtown Bethesda
Just because you live in Bethesda, doesn’t automatically assume that you commute to work every day on Capitol Hill. There are a myriad of places you may want to travel to for any number of reasons, including other parts of Maryland as well as Northern Virginia.
For those who prefer driving, just wheel your motorized beast out of the parking garage and head in any number of directions. The Capital Beltway is a couple miles north, while heading south to Georgetown will take you to the Key Bridge which leads across the Potomac River to Rosslyn, also known as the Gateway to Arlington. You can also cross Chain Bridge in the Palisades and head south along George Washington Memorial Parkway all the way to Old Town Alexandria!
But some prefer public transit, and that is an extremely convenient option for those living at The Lauren. The Bethesda Metro is within easy walking distance and offers Red Line service. The new Purple Line is due to open in 2019. To learn more about condos for sale at The Lauren, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass (202) 798-3600.