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From the September 2015 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

Glover Park may soon be welcoming a new business at 2319 Wisconsin Ave., but its current tenant, Tennis Zone, is not leaving, owner Ravi Shankar tells us. Although the building currently sports a “for rent” banner, “we are staying here, but we’re moving upstairs,” Shankar says. The storefront’s second floor is currently vacant. Landlord Remy Esquenet did not respond to requests for comment.

Tennis Zone now offers yoga wear as well as tennis equipment. At press time, the shop was planning to run a $20-off sale on women’s yoga and lifestyle apparel in September.

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From the May 2013 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

Last month we reported that the Tennis Zone building (2319
Wisconsin Ave.) was seeking a retail tenant. But that doesn’t mean the
tennis store is leaving, says Remy Esquenet, who bought the property
in January for $1.2 million. (If Esquenet’s name sounds familiar, it
might be because he also owns 2317 Wisconsin Ave., the home of Sprig
& Sprout.) Esquenet hopes to expand the building to accommodate a
second tenant. Tennis Zone “may stay where they are,” Esquenet tells
us. “They may move up to the second floor.”

Esquenet provided architectural sketches of front and side views for a potential expansion.

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From the April 2013 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

The home of Tennis Zone, 2319 Wisconsin Ave., is for rent at $110,000 per year, according to an online listing. “Currently a 2,700 square foot building. Up to 3,400 square feet available with proposed landlord buildout,” the listing states. Building owner Alfred F. Motta did not respond to an emailed request for comment.

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Glover Books & Music (2319 Wisconsin) closed over the summer, but a tennis shop expects to open in the space soon, its owner says. We ran into Ravi Shankar, owner of north Tenleytown’s Tennis Zone, outside the vacant Glover Books storefront this afternoon, as he was working to clear the building of books and other detritus left by the previous tenant. Shankar said he hoped to open his Glover Park location by October 1.

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