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Lou Lou Boutique Opens on 14th Street, Redeem Boutique Moving Up the Block

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Lou Lou at 1802 14th Street, NW

Back in early July we learned that a Lou Lou boutique would be opening at 14th and S St, NW (next to Doi Moi opening Tuesday) – thanks to a reader for sending word – the Lou Lou has already opened.

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Future home of Redeem at 1810 14th Street, NW

And just a few feet north Redeem boutique will be opening up Aug. 31st:

“It’s happening… we’re moving into our new home. A bigger, better, version of Redeem is coming.

Just a 1/2 block north of where we are now, you can find us at 1810 14th Street NW, next door to our new neighbors, Ted’s Bulletin.

We’ll be closing up shop Monday August 26th through Friday August 30th to make the leap.

We’ll re-open for business at Noon on Saturday August 31st with a celebration that evening at 6PM until 8PM.”

Redeem originally opened up at 1734 14th Street, NW in October 2006.

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original home of Redeem at 1734 14th Street, NW looking north

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