Real Estate: Rohrer Realty Partners, Leap Bring 5 New Retailers to Market

October 31, 2022

Virginia-based commercial real estate company Rohrer Realty Partners is working with Leap, a retail platform for modern brands, to bring five new retailers to the D.C. market. Two new retailers […]

Real Estate: The Corner at Whitman-Walker Launched

August 8, 2022

Whitman-Walker and Reid Rodell, an event management and consulting firm, launched “The Corner at Whitman-Walker” last week. An event rental and community gathering space, The Corner at Whitman-Walker is located […]

Georgetown Now a Direct-to-Consumer Hub 

June 15, 2022

The crowds are back. Pedestrians. Diners. Shoppers. Tourists. Students. The streets, once again, are packed.     And it’s a beautiful sight to see.   A quick look at our own “Biz Ins […]

Business Ins & Outs: Amazon Book Stores, L’Enfant Gallery

March 7, 2022

Out: Amazon to Drop Book Stores Amazon will be closing all 68 of its physical bookstores, along with its pop-ups. The closure includes Amazon Books at 3040 M St. NW. […]

Georgetown BID Hires 2 New Business Development Professionals

January 10, 2022

Georgetown’s Business Improvement District (BID) – a commercial tax-funded non-profit business development organization responsible for numerous projects from streateries and widened sidewalk platforms (that may be a model for the […]

Georgetown Commercial Real Estate Shifts to Smaller, More Vibrant Start-Ups

September 17, 2020

As national-brand retailers declare bankruptcy across the United States and the coronavirus pandemic has triggered the worst economic contraction since the Great Depression, the commercial real estate sector in Georgetown […]

Always Online, The Georgetowner’s Next Print Issue Will Be Sept. 16

August 17, 2020

Look for feature stories on local elections (especially Ward 2 and at-large District Council races), a major analysis of Georgetown’s commercial real estate situation and The Georgetowner’s Fall Arts Preview.

Georgetown Theater Building Sold

April 12, 2018

Robert Bell, who bought the formerly rundown property at 1351 Wisconsin Ave. NW in 2013, sold the iconic Georgetown building in early March to Martin-Diamond Properties LLC.