Progress at The Fairchild in Germantown

by MCS Staff

Exterior construction nears completion at the Fairchild Property on Century Blvd in Germantown in the area surrounded by what is mainly comprised of one-story pad-site restaurant uses (IHOP, Red Robin, Señor Tequilas), and surface parking lots. Our featured image, taken on Monday night, shows the progress made at the upcoming apartment building.

The Fairchild Apartments will feature 6 stories of multifamily residential when completed. The 209,185 sf building will consist of 212 units and 3 levels of parking. The building will also feature amenities such as a Club Room with kitchen, a fitness and yoga room, a business center, a card room, and a courtyard with a pool. The new building will share the block with the Fairfield Marriot Hotel, and LongHorn Steakhouse restaurant. The entire block is developed as one interconnected network of pedestrian and vehicle circulation and parking, including shared use and access agreements, per planning documents. There is currently one direct point of access to Century Boulevard centered on the block, and there is a second shared access location on the Top Golf site located east of the hotel. Other than trees and grass in parking lot islands, there was little existing vegetation and no identifiable environmental resources on the Fairchild Property.

Construction is expected to be completed later this year, but a specific completion date is not yet available. Photo below shows a rendering of the completed projected, courtesy of Donohoe.




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Bendix20 February 9, 2023 - 10:28 am

The county has to stop this madness with the apartment buildings. They are overtaxing country services such as schools and our roads. In the end the county will be looking at homeowners to make up the difference by raising property taxes and taxpayers by raising taxes. At some point the country has to say enough is enough. Sadly I see this as a means to garner even more power and control while justifying an ever expanding county government.


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