Activity on Georgia Avenue’s 3600 Block

The former Hunger Stopper building at 3624 Georgia has been seeing quite a bit of activity over the last month. Last November a sign was posted on the building indicating that there was a possibility that Manny & Olga’s Pizza could be coming to Park View, but based on the work I’ve seen so far I’m not yet convinced that this was anything more than an idea being floated out there.

For those that have been watching this development, the rear of the building appeared to be an inactive work site in September, 2009, and stayed that way until only recently.

The building at 3622 Georgia Avenue also has some historical interest. In 1926 it was the site of Dr. E. E. Ruebush’s animal hospital. More recently, it was the home of D.C. Councilman Douglas C. Moore’s (D-at large) Pan African Specialty Shop, which closed in 1976.

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One Comment on “Activity on Georgia Avenue’s 3600 Block”

  1. Shawn Says:

    I hope someone preserved that awesome Hunger Stopper sign that used to be there! I love that sign


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