Posts Tagged ‘Anacostia Warehouse Supermarket’

Where Anacostia Most Needs a Grocery Store—and Why It Might Not Happen

As even the most casual reader of this blog knows, Anacostia has a supermarket problem. The neighborhood just lost its only grocery store, and the struggling Yes! Organic Market in nearby Fairlawn closed last week (though it'll reopen under a dubious renaming plan). In this walkable, relatively densely populated neighborhood, there's no one who doesn't [...]

Fairlawn Yes! Closes Today, Will Reopen as Conventional Grocery by Dec. 22

The Yes! Organic Market on Pennsylvania Avenue SE in Fairlawn is closing today and will reopen as a conventional grocery store by Dec. 22.
Yes! owner Gary Cha announced last month that he'd be closing the store in December after more than two years of heavy losses. Then, last week, he changed course and said he'd [...]

Anacostia Supermarket Sold to Virginia Investor, Who Hopes to Replace It With National Tenants

Anacostia's only grocery store is closing today, and it may soon be replaced by a combination of tenants that could include a organic food store, a fast food chain store, a dialysis center, a dentist's office, or a childcare center.
Good Hope Investments LLC bought the Anacostia Warehouse Supermarket building at 1918 14th St. SE on [...]