|Project||Type of Use||Height(s)* (tallest to shortest in feet)||Overall Density||Status||Time Frame|
|Lots 31 / 31A||Residential, retail||Two buildings:||FAR** 2.59 - 250 development units, including 35 workforce housing units and 40,000 square feet of retail||Plans approved, plat approved, ready for building permit, parking lot closed on April 9||Two years from start of construction|
|Woodmont / 7200||Office, residential, retail, hotel||143||1,212,890 total gross square feet of development - amendment adds 54,905 square feet of office space, 53,029 square feet of retail, and a 230 room hotel to existing development||Waiting on certified site plans, record plat||Too early to determine|
|Air Rights - 7300 Pearl Street||Office, retail||130 / 97||FAR** 4.0 - 650,732 gross square feet||Plans approved, ready for building permit||Unsure|
|7100 Wisconsin Avenue (Eastham’s Exxon Station)||Residential, retail||N/A||N/A||Pre-application meeting held, community meeting held, no plans submitted||Too early to determine|
|7399 Wisconsin Avenue (Existing Second District Police Station)||Office, residential, retail, Police Station (relocated)||174 / 143||Office: 11,750 square feet|
Retail: 44,142 square feet
Residential: 537,001 square feet (575 dwelling units)
Police station: 30,000 square feet
|Scheduled for the Planning Board 9/27/2012||Unsure|
|7100 Arlington Road (Arlington Road Post Office)||Residential, retail||59 / 9||145 multi-family residential and 7,000 square feet of retail||Plans under review||Too early to determine|
|Bethesda Center||Hotel, office, retail||Two buildings:||FAR** 5.0 - 466,470 square feet||Resolutions approved by Planning Board, still need to submit site plan prior to record plat and building permit||Too early to determine|
|4500 East-West Highway||Office, residential, retail||98||FAR** 4.0 - 210,000 square feet office, 13,300 square feet retail / residential||Certified site plans approved 3/14/2012||Unsure|
* Building Heights - As a general rule, figure 10 feet per story. Most new construction has eight-foot-high ceilings. Add about two feet for a combination of ceiling and floor structure. In commercial buildings, the first floor is often higher. Therefore, a 65-foot-tall building would rise approximately 6 stories.
** FAR (Floor Area Ratio) - is the ratio of the total floor area of buildings on a certain location to the size of the land of that location. For example, a FAR of 2 would indicate that the total floor area of a building is two times the gross area of the site on which it is constructed.