“The H Street corridor may soon have a new 6-story apartment building and full service grocery store, a boon for the up-and-coming neighborhood in northeast Washington DC. Steuart Investment Company has owned several of the lots on the northeast corner of 3rd and H Streets, and in 2005 assembled a developable site by acquiring the remaining portion from BP AMOCO (BP) for $1.5 million, scotching BP’s plans for a giant filling station and truck depot.”
But what I also found interesting and worth exploring was a comment left by IMGoph who asks:
“i seriously do not understand why trader joe’s doesn’t expand in the city. they are making money hand over fist in that store in the west end.”
I think it’s a great question. If Trader Joe’s is doing so well in the west end – why don’t they expand to other neighborhoods in the city?
2649 Connecticut Ave, NW Sources say yes! To the former Starbucks location, which closed in September 2020 and was previously home to Cafe Paradiso. I’m hearing that a Dim Sum…
Thanks to M for sending from the 200 block of 17th Street, SE. It had been 28 days since our last stolen wheels report.
5463 Wisconsin Ave towards Western Ave Thanks to Scott for sending: “Signage, carts, and coming soon bananas are up at the Amazon Fresh location in Friendship Heights / Chevy Chase.”
Thanks to C. for sending word about federal workers and vaccines. The Washington Post reported: “President Biden will announce Thursday that all federal employees will be required to be vaccinated…