Friday, July 04, 2008

Harris Teeter is finally in the District...


The Matthews based grocer opened its long-awaited stores in the District of Columbia earlier this year, one in the Adams Morgan neighborhood and another on Capitol Hill. The Adams Morgan store was originally slated to open a few years ago, however had to wait for permits to be approved. Read more about the Adams Morgan store at DCist, where this photograph came from, and view more photos of the store!

3 comments:

Ken said...

The ArtDeco look is remiscent of a diner or some of the old downtown Walgreen's. Harris-Teeter seems to be finding a niche in the DC region that it couldn't find in Atlanta and Jacksonville and is losing in Nashville. Given the competition in DC, this is somewhat of a surprise, I
had expected HT to be exiting the region by now, especially with Wegman's expanding in the region, but I suspect HT stores are more navigable in able to enter locations within DC such as this store where Wegman's would be far too large.

Steven Swain said...

I love the retro look. it's a little cooler than your average HT.

Pat R. said...

I wish they would have done something like this for the store in downtown Charlotte.