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“I am sad to announce that we’ll be closing down The Neighborgoods retail shop next week.”


2130 8th Street, NW via Neighborgoods

From The Neighborhoods:

“UPDATE: I am sad to announce that we’ll be closing down The Neighborgoods retail shop next week. We were given the opportunity to get out of our lease early and with the unknowns of covid, as well as other business channels being up in the air (wholesale, markets, etc…), we decided it was the best business decision to get out early and save the monthly expenses of running the shop to keep The Neighborgoods going and growing in new directions.

PLEASE NOTE: This does not mean The Neighborgoods as a business is closing down! You will still be able to find us online, at other stores who sell our products across the country, and at markets when they start opening up again including the @downtownholidaymarket that is officially happening this year (we’ll be there Dec. 8 – 23)!

This wasn’t an easy decision to make.

I love this space we created putting all of our heart and soul into it. I loved being a fixture in the community, having a homebase for our goods, and supporting other makers in our shop. We loved getting to know our customers in person and petting all of the neighborhood pups.

I am sad to say goodbye to our first little shop filled with so much love, but learned a lot and am looking ahead to see what windows open with this door shutting.

PLEASE JOIN US this Saturday and Sunday (Sept . 26-27) for a big MOVING SALE (along with our neighbors @cherryblossomhq)! We are also planning on announcing some moving sale deals to our newsletter subscribers so be sure to sign up for that (link in profile).

THANKS to everyone for who came out and supported our shop over the past year and half, as well as supported us online, and here on insta. We appreciate it SO MUCH and hope you stick around to see where we end up next.”

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✨UPDATE✨I am sad to announce that we'll be closing down The Neighborgoods retail shop next week.We were given the opportunity to get out of our lease early and with the unknowns of covid, as well as other business channels being up in the air (wholesale, markets, etc…), we decided it was the best business decision to get out early and save the monthly expenses of running the shop to keep The Neighborgoods going and growing in new directions. PLEASE NOTE: This does not mean The Neighborgoods as a business is closing down! You will still be able to find us online, at other stores who sell our products across the country, and at markets when they start opening up again including the @downtownholidaymarket that is officially happening this year (we'll be there Dec. 8 – 23)! This wasn't an easy decision to make. I love this space we created putting all of our heart and soul into it. I loved being a fixture in the community, having a homebase for our goods, and supporting other makers in our shop. We loved getting to know our customers in person and petting all of the neighborhood pups. I am sad to say goodbye to our first little shop filled with so much love, but learned a lot and am looking ahead to see what windows open with this door shutting.✌ ✨✨PLEASE JOIN US this Saturday and Sunday (Sept . 26-27) for a big MOVING SALE (along with our neighbors @cherryblossomhq)! ✨✨We are also planning on announcing some moving sale deals to our newsletter subscribers so be sure to sign up for that (link in profile). THANKS to everyone for who came out and supported our shop over the past year and half, as well as supported us online, and here on insta. We appreciate it SO MUCH and hope you stick around to see where we end up next. ❤️

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