Thursday, February 7, 2013
MOM's? Whole Foods? Dare we say...Wegman's? With a Harris Teeter and an as-yet-to-be-named market coming in to the Woodmont Triangle, we want to see what you think.
Grocery news is big news in Bethesda, and with a Harris Teeter now signed on at a new mixed-use development at 8300 Wisconsin Ave., we’re turning our attention to another market that’s planned for a new building just a few blocks south. Developers JBG are planning a 444,000 square-foot residential building with 475 units and more than 20,000 square feet of ground-floor retail at 7900 Wisconsin Avenue. The development will stretch from Wisconsin to Woodmont at St. Elmo avenues. The modified development, formerly planned to be the site of the new Bethesda police station, will go before the Montgomery County Planning Board Feb. 14. The building will feature a through-block open space that will pass beneath a portion of the building, with …
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
All four of the chain's locations, including in Rockville and Gaithersburg, will be sold, Gaithersburg Patch reports.
A familiar name in the Montgomery County supermarket scene is selling all four of its stores, Gaithersburg Patch reports. Rockville-based supermarket chain Magruder's has been a Washington institution for more than 130 years, according to Rockville Patch. The two Montgomery County stores, in Rockville and Gaithersburg, were seeing a run on items discounted by 50 percent Wednesday. "We are currently in negotiations to sell the remaining four locations to a group who wishes to purchase the individual stores and reopen them as quickly as possible and we are working diligently with all parties involved," Magruder's Vice President Gary Bortnick wrote in a letter. Read the full report on Gaithersburg Patch. Do you travel to Rockville or …
Monday, December 17, 2012
The neighborhood grocery store packs a range of local, national and imported products into 25,000 square feet.
Kevin and Jason Kirsch are the busy owners of the Chevy Chase Supermarket. While supervising maintenance of a checkout counter, fielding phone calls, greeting customers and overseeing the everyday tasks of maintaining a grocery store, they still make the time to listen to small companies looking to sell their products in their store. “We work under the theory that small businesses should support each other,” Kevin Kirsch told Patch. Their open door policy means that they will listen to a company’s pitch at any time before noon, to determine whether their grocery store would be a good fit for the company’s product. The product could need a new ingredient, labels, bar codes or PVC codes before the Kirsch brothers would be willing to open …
Monday, February 21, 2011
We've scoured the neighborhood for deals, so you won't have to.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Donna Walker
Monday, February 21, 2011
Welcome back to our weekly rundown of five local deals to help with your family’s bottom line. Since we do the scouting, we're saving you time as well as money. This Presidents Day week, we scoured our local sources to come up with deals on family fashions; taking the family (or yourself) out for arcade fun and games; fabric and sewing project supplies; grocery deals; and cleaning the winter grime from your carpets. Remember to check with the merchant for additional conditions, if any: 1. Family Fashion Savings: Lord & Taylor, 11311 Rockville Pike, 301-770-9000 (White Flint Mall). Deal: Fabulous Plus Event/Presidents Day Sale – Save an extra 20 percent off regular, sale and clearance items, in store with coupon or online with promo codes. …