Lion’s Liquor Renovations Looking Good

Facade improvements in progress at 3614 Georgia Avenue

Renovations at the former Lion’s Liquor store are proving to be promising. From what I’ve been able to see of the interior, the original tin ceiling has been saved and reused as well as the original hardwood floors.  As you can see from these photographs, improvements are also beginning to take shape on the exterior.

While time will tell if Lion’s has truly turned the corner to become a community asset, indications thus far seem promising. The concept of the new and improved Lion’s is to be more of a high-end store. You can read my initial report here.

The 9,518 sq. ft. building closedaround the first of July.

Detail of facade improvement

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