On Saturday, February 22, shoppers at Glover Park Hardware (2251 Wisconsin Ave.) will get 20% off “almost anything” that fits inside a brown paper bag (regular-priced merchandise only). What’s more, people with Ace Rewards membership cards can get the bag sale deal a day early—that is, today, February 21.
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- Personal shoppers: With 45 minutes’ notice, customers can call in an order and find it waiting for them at the cash register to be paid for;
- Curbside pickup: By providing a credit card number when calling in an order, the customer can swing by and have the whole order brought out to their car at the curb;
- Shop and pick-up: At the end of a shopping trip, the customer can go fetch their car and bring it to the curb, where staff will help load their purchases; or
- Walking delivery: The store will deliver purchased items to customers within a quarter-mile radius of the store for free.
For more information, visit acehardwaredc.com. To call in an order, contact store manager Jay Rushing or assistant manager Noe Delgado at 202-333-6378.
Glover Park Hardware and Washington Sports Club will remain open during a major revamp of their home at 2251 Wisconsin Ave., according to Gordon Nielsen of Summit Commercial Real Estate. Nielsen and business partner Guy d’Amecourt recently brokered the complex’s sale to a joint venture of Altus Realty Partners, Chesapeake Realty Partners, and Ellisdale Construction for $20.1 million.
The buyers plan to install a new glass facade and renovate the retail space, which includes a vacant storefront formerly leased by MyerEmco. In addition, they will construct an 81-unit apartment building with two levels of underground parking on land now covered by a rear parking lot. “The apartments will average 635 square feet with a mix of studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units looking to target young professionals,” states a press release provided by Nielsen. “The property overlooks the parkland of the Naval Observatory and Vice President’s residence.” The garage will include 97 parking spaces, Nielsen said, but he did not know how many of these would be reserved for tenants.
The website of Brown Craig Turner architectural firm has more images of the planned apartment complex:
And Chesapeake Realty Partners posted its own rendering:
UPDATE: Construction on the facade is to begin this July, with the residential units in the rear completed by July 2014, the Georgetown Patch reports.
The home of Glover Park Hardware and the Washington Sports Club will be renovated, and an additional building with 81 dwelling units will be constructed on the property, according to a report in the Washington Business Journal. The project at 2251 Wisconsin Ave. has garnered $39 million in financing. More details as they develop.
On Friday, September 28 at around 3 p.m., two men in white hats stole another man’s wallet on the sidewalk outside of Glover Park Hardware (2251 Wisconsin Ave.), according to a police source. The thieves, who were not known to the victim, sandwiched him, and one made a grab for his wallet. The suspects then escaped by running south on Wisconsin, but their images were caught on a surveillance camera, the source confirms.
Reposted verbatim from Craigslist as a public service:
Date: 2012-08-12, 2:13PM EDT
Glover Park Hardware is looking to hire energetic and hardworking employees to join our team.
Key Responsibilities • Customer service delivered with enthusiasm and genuine interest in ensuring customer satisfaction • Communicating clearly, effectively, and politely with customers in store and over the phone • Stocking and receiving deliveries • Merchandising • Cashiering • Maintaining store appearance (includes dusting, moping, restroom cleaning, etc.)
Minimum Requirements • High school degree or equivalent • Willingness to learn • Team player • A commitment to service excellence and customer satisfaction • Ability and to work flexible hours including evenings, weekends, and holidays to meet business needs • Must be able to lift 40 pounds frequently • Ability to stand for an extended period of time (position is at least 90% standing) • Works with a sense of urgency throughout shift. • Some retail experience preferred. • Previous home improvement knowledge helpful
Compensation • $10/hr • Health insurance after 60 days employment for F/T • 401k plan (after 1 year of service) • Profit sharing (after 2 years of service) • Employee discount • SmartBenefits • ZipCar discounts • Fun and active work environment• Ability to grow with our storeFull-time & part-time positions available. Applicants MUST be able to work weekends (1 shift EVERY weekend) and either early mornings (some days at 6:30am) OR evenings until 9pm.
Start Date: Immediately
Interested applicants should email their resume and a cover letter stating a brief summary of why they should be chosen for the Store Associate position. Resumes sent without a cover letter will not be considered. Due to the large response we are expecting from this post, we may not be able to respond to everyone that replies.
If you’re interested, here’s a link to the ad: Craigslist.
From the April 2011 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:
There’s still no tenant for the old MyerEmco space at 2241 Wisconsin Ave., and the building’s owner now tells us he may sell the building. “There’s a lot of interest in the property,” says Paul London, who owns the complex that includes not only MyerEmco, but Glover Park Hardware and Washington Sports Club at 2251 Wisconsin Ave.
According to a post on the Glover Park Families Yahoo newsgroup, Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative will regularly deliver its members fresh vegetables for pickup at Glover Park Hardware (2251 Wisconsin Ave.), provided 20 households join the community-supported agriculture (CSA) group.
The post provided this link for those who want to sign up, and this contact info for those with questions: 717-656-3533 or email@example.com.
Glover Park Hardware (2251 Wisconsin Ave.) and its sister shops in D.C. and Baltimore are raffling off LCD HDTVs for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, including Children’s National Medical Center in DC. Donate $1 at the shop between now and March 28, and you’ll be entered to win. There’s no limit on the number of times you can enter, and for every 2,000 entries, they’ll add another TV.
The drawing is on March 29, the store’s blog notes, so “winner(s) can pick up the TV just in time to watch the Final 4 games in crystal clear LCD glory.”