Georgetown Park Signs T.J. Maxx, HomeGoods; No DMV

After much discussion in the local media, a Sept. 24 Washington Business Journal story reported that “T.J. Maxx and sister company HomeGoods have signed on as anchor tenants at the Shops at Georgetown Park as owner Vornado Realty Trust seeks to reformat the aging retail emporium for larger-format stores. The discount retail chains have signed a combined lease for 47,800 square feet, according to a source familiar with the deal. They will have a storefront entrance on M Street, Georgetown’s main shopping drag, as well as larger space on the lower Wisconsin Avenue level of the building.”

As previously reported in the Georgetowner from a Aug. 20 hard-hat tour of the on-going reconstruction of the Shops at Georgetown Park by Vornado Realty Trust’s Jennifer Nettles, who is manager of the huge 3222 M St., NW, retail space: “According to Nettles, the Georgetown office of D.C.’s Department of Motor Vehicles -- which closed May 19 and was located in the lower level -- will not return to the property.”

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