Bookseller to tighten a doors henceforth Jan. 11
Barnes Noble on Bethesda Row
After 21 years offered books, Barnes Noble is streamer into a final week of business on Bethesda Row.
The tradesman on Jan. 11 will henceforth tighten a doors of a three-level plcae during a dilemma of Woodmont and Bethesda avenues. An Anthropologie wardrobe store is slated to pierce in to a 37,500-square-foot space vacated by a bookseller.
“It has been a pleasure to offer a Bethesda village for a final 21 years. We appreciate we for your continued clientele and support and send we a best wishes for a entrance year,” a accessible summary during a Barnes and Noble phone series says.
A feverishness outage forced a store to tighten Tuesday, though a plcae was behind to offered books a following day, according to a message.
Much to their chagrin, internal book shoppers schooled in Mar that Barnes Noble would be shutting down a Bethesda store. Federal Realty, a landlord of Bethesda Row, afterwards announced in Nov that a area would get a new bookseller with a attainment of Amazon Books.
The Amazon opening will explain a roughly 6,000-square-foot space during 7117 Arlington Road, an residence now assigned by a Urban Country home furnishings store. Urban Country will change to 7121 Arlington Road in a pierce that should be finished a initial week of January.
A mouthpiece for Federal Realty pronounced Tuesday that a opening date for a Amazon Books isn’t nonetheless available, though it could be announced someday in early 2018.
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