Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Ellwood Thompson's meeting tonight?!

The North Columbia Heights Civic Association has their next meeting tonight at 7 pm, and in attendance will be Jack McGrath, CEO of Ellwood Thompson's, and David Stein, director of building operations from DCUSA. I won't be able to attend unfortunately, but I'm very curious to see what the two have to say about Ellwood Thompson's plans to move into DCUSA. I thought they had died a slow death, but maybe that's not the case!

The meeting is at the Park Triangle building's community room at 7 pm, enter through the entrance on Kenyon Street just off 14th.

The last we heard, Ellwood Thompson's was trying to get funding from the city. Another thing to note is that it's a new CEO than before, so maybe he has other ideas?

If you end up going, please let us know what happens in the comments.

5 comments:

J. Reinhardt said...

So what happened?

Anonymous said...

Why are we still forcing this issue? If they dont want to come to CH---let them miss out.
I just think we should drop this.

Anonymous said...

DCUSA and DC should flirt with Trader Joe's or Whole Foods Market if ET doesn't respond too. CH is ripe from a second grocery store.

Anonymous said...

Woo Hoo! From City Paper:

Ellwood Thompson’s Opening in Columbia Heights in January (ish)

http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/blogs/housingcomplex/2010/06/02/ellwood-thompsons-opening-in-columbia-heights-in-january-ish/

Andrew said...

Yeah, just posted it here too.