Business Ins & Outs: May 7, 2014
IN: Manuel Cabellos, formerly of his own salon at 1231 34 St., NW, is now at Mon Salon, 1620 Wisconsin Ave., NW.
OUT: Marvelous Market at Wisconsin Avenue and P Street, NW, has closed. The property is still owned by the Neams brothers, who ran Neams Market for decades and are patient to find the right tenant and business for this prime location with parking spaces.
COMING SOON Kimberly Robinson will be opening a new bakery at 1826 Wisconsin Ave., NW, called Makin’ Whoopie! – as in whoopie pies. The space formerly housed the Homemade Pizza Co.
COMING in September Women’s clothing boutique Alice and Olivia has signed a 10-year lease to make its mid-Atlantic debut at 3303 M St., NW, EastBanc, Inc., announced April 28. The 2,400 square-foot retail space on M Street has been vacant since Qdoba Mexican Grill closed its doors in January.
The high-end apparel company is slated to open in September. According to EastBanc, Inc., the lease begins immediately and Alice and Olivia will start renovations right away.