Corner Market Opens in Former National Guard Site

A new neighborhood market has opened on the southeast corner of Georgia Ave. and Irving St., NW, in the building formerly housing the National Guard. While it didn’t have signs up earlier this week, it had at least taken the old signs down.

This is a plum location situated directly across from the former Bruce-Monroe site. That location is currently being developed for recreational use.

The old National Guard sign down and out at Irving & Georgia


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3 Comments on “Corner Market Opens in Former National Guard Site”

  1. Angry Parakeet Says:

    Over-packaged snacks appear to be their primary goods. I imagine those wrappers will end up as litter in the vicinity, so i hope they plan to spend some time picking up the inevitable trash.

  2. ~~~mh Says:

    Happy to have the commerce @ that intersection. And right at the bus stop – both regular & express.

    What’s the name of this store? What are the laws/codes for a commercial entity displaying a “store name”??

  3. […] at 3118 Georgia Avenue. A little lower down, on the southeast corner of Georgia and Irving, the 77 Market opened in early July in the old National Guard space. This was directly across from one of the biggest changes to hit […]

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