Recruitment for care positions will start in April, association reports
The Barnes Noble non-stop in Bethesda in 1997.
The Anthropologie store that will reinstate Barnes Noble on Bethesda Row will occupy about 100 people after a tumble opening, a association mouthpiece pronounced Monday.
“We’ve been vehement by all of a unrestrained for a opening and can’t wait to join a community,” Sara Goodstein, an Anthropologie spokeswoman, wrote in an progressing email.
Barnes Noble progressing this month vacated a three-level building on Bethesda Avenue after about 20 years offered books there.
The incoming Anthropologie Co. plcae will occupy about 24,000 block feet of offered space, about 3 times a distance of an normal Anthropologie store, Goodstein said. The store will embody Anthropologie’s wardrobe collection and a marriage and garden and outside brands, Goodstein said.
The plcae will also underline a home pattern center, seat salon and café, she added.
Goodstein pronounced a association will start recruiting in Apr for store care positions and visible display, merchandising and grill staff. Other pursuit opportunities are accessible in a attire styling, events, home furnishings, café, beauty, garden, marriage and accessories and shoe departments.
The Bethesda village schooled in Mar 2017 that Barnes Noble would be withdrawal Bethesda Row since a business couldn’t come to an agreement about a franchise renovation for a space. Federal Realty Investment Trust, owners of Bethesda Row, announced in Jul that Anthropologie would reinstate a bookseller in a space.
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