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Feb162011

announcing: georgetown

photo by: Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the BPL Spring is in the air and April is just weeks away from the opening of CB2 Georgetown.

Named after King George II in 1751, and originally a DC industrial port on the Potomac, Georgetown evolved into one of the nation’s most iconic neighborhoods.

Its charm lies in its brick row houses and early Federalist architecture, cobblestone streets, and the prestigious Georgetown University campus—most of which are now protected since the district was listed on the National Register of Historic Landmarks.

We’re counting the days and if you are too, follow us on facebook and twitter for the most current information.

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I just want to say: awesome! I have spent several thousands of dollars on CB2.com stuff on my new apartment over the last year, and I live in Washington, DC. There are lots of students and young professionals here in DC, may folks moving in and out, it's just a natural market for you.

I'm so glad that the customer service person I spoke with a few months ago, who told me that you're not anywhere close to opening a store in DC, was plain wrong. I'm looking forward to skipping shipping charges and being able to check things out in person!

Thanks!!!

February 22, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAnnette

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