Woodley Park Ace Hardware Store Opens Soon, Waiting on Final Permit


2601 Connecticut Ave, NW

Woodley Park’s new Ace hardware store is set to open tomorrow morning, when they get their final permit, in the former CVS space at 2601 Connecticut Ave, NW. From an email:

Woodley Park Ace Hardware is scheduled to open tomorrow, Thursday November 29, at 8AM. As an opening day special, we are offering 20% off your entire purchase as a way to say “Thanks!” to our new neighbors. Every transaction receives a bounceback coupon for 50% off any one item $15 or less. As an added bonus, you can enter for a chance to win a 12V DEWALT COMPACT DRILL, valued at $140! We are also giving away some goodies at the door, but quantities are limited so be sure to stop by early while supplies last!

Their facebook page now says:

“OOPS! Our store is stocked and ready to go, but we are waiting on our final permit. Store opening TBD! In the meantime, if you need some hardware you can check out our other stores”

5 Comment

  • They forwarded an email that the opening has been delayed, but should be soon.

    • Prince Of Petworth

      Are you sure? The email I excerpted here was sent this afternoon. What time did you get the email saying it has been delayed? It’s curious that they wouldn’t have sent an email to everyone they sent the opening email to.

      • Prince Of Petworth

        Looks like there was a bit of a communication failure – I think you’re right about the delay – their facebook page says:

        “OOPS! Our store is stocked and ready to go, but we are waiting on our final permit. Store opening TBD! In the meantime, if you need some hardware you can check out our other stores”

        http://www.facebook.com/WoodleyParkAce

  • Maybe now the Cleveland Parkers will stop their incessant whining over the supposed need for nearby hardware stores. They are flanked by them…there is now an Ace in Woodley, and another in Tenley. I don’t think any Cleveland Parker is more than 3/4ths of a mile from a Hardware store.

  • I’m happy to see Ace opening up more stores in DC, if only because it means I don’t have to go to that hell of a Home Depot on RI Ave.

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