Category: Business

Wine Harvest to Close After 20 Years

Photo | Phil Fabrizio The Wine Harvest kitchen will shut down on June 30, but the store will remain open for a few more days so the community can come in and reminisce, purchase wine and beer, and bring in food from outside.

Alas, the community is losing a beloved Market Street institution. Andy, Randi and Marty Meyrowitz, longtime owners of The Wine Harvest, have announced that they are closing their cozy neighborhood gathering place. “A confluence of events, a lot of different…

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Update on Kentlands Market Square Caren Garfield, Kimco director of development, updated the Mayor and City Council and Planning Commission June 17 on improvements to Kentlands Market Square. “The paseo is completed with the exception of some final plantings and…

Foundry Fitness Celebrates Opening of New Location

Photo | Submitted Foundry Fitness celebrated its grand opening in Kentlands Market Square on Saturday, May 11.

Foundry Fitness was founded by owner Eric Pellicci in 2011 and just celebrated the grand opening of its all-new, bigger and upgraded location at 205 Market St. West. “We designed the new Foundry Fitness to create an even better product…

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Photo | Submitted Construction of the paseo linking Market Street to Commerce Place should be finished by June.

New Businesses Coming Soon to Kentlands Market Square Kimco’s Kentlands Market Square $23.1 million redevelopment is well underway. Three new leases were recently announced: Berries & Bowls, Brews and Barrels and Goldfish Swim School. In total, eight businesses are anticipated…

QO Alum Makes the Move From Football to International Business

Photo | Syl Sobel Married entrepreneurs Sophia Hyökyvaara and Tommy Addison recently placed their No Nothing line of hair care products in some 1,100 CosmoProf stores, the nation’s largest supplier of professional quality products to hair stylists.

Tommy Addison has spent a good part of his life changing directions successfully. As the star running back for Quince Orchard High School’s 2007 state championship football team, Addison was an exciting scatback whose quickness and shiftiness produced almost nine…

Capitol Benefits a ‘Top 50 Great Places to Work’

Photo | Pam Schipper Capitol Benefits celebrated being named in Washingtonian Magazine’s “Top 50 Great Places to Work” with a catered breakfast and day at MGM National Harbor on April 18.

The day the embargo was lifted, Kelly Grossberg—and most of the Capitol Benefits team—climbed the stairs to the independent insurance agency’s second floor office on Main Street and got an awesome surprise. A banner at the top of the stairs…