As featured Bethesda Magazine
Move-ins have started at The Lauren
The first residents moved in earlier this month and now the sales team at The Lauren in Bethesda is offering a glimpse inside some of the yet-to-be-sold multimillion dollar condos.
Roger Cornell of McWilliams Ballard provided a tour Monday of a 2,500-square-foot, two-bedroom model unit at the building. McWilliams Ballard is handling sales at the 4901 Hampden Lane project.
It has 29 market-rate units priced from $1.5 million to $4.5 million, except for the $10.5 million, 7,300-square-foot penthouse. If sold at that price, the penthouse could be the most expensive condominium ever sold in the Washington, D.C., area.
The penthouse remains unsold.
Living room cove lighting, the master bathroom and library space in The Lauren model unit.
The Lauren also has six moderately priced dwelling units, part of Montgomery County’s mandated income-restricted affordable housing program. Those units start at about $170,000 for qualified buyers.
Fourteen of the 35 units are sold.
The wine lounge and rooftop patio, both open to The Lauren residents.
Nearby on Hampden Lane, construction continues on the 55-unit Hampden Row luxury condominium project, where units range from the mid-$400,000s to more than $4 million.
Two blocks away on Woodmont Avenue, the nine-floor, 88-unit The Darcy condo building opened last year with units ranging from the $600,000s to $2.5 million.