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The new Sweetgreen at 2200 Wisconsin Ave. seems to be serving its salads and fro-yo today, according to a tipster.

Meanwhile, a “for lease” sign has gone up in the basement space in the same building, which BodySmith had told us they’d be moving back into after a side door was constructed. “A week or so ago, at night the equipment and flooring were removed,” another tipster emailed us. (We work long hours across town! We love our tipsters.) “Tonight, there is a ‘For Lease’ sign on the W Street door to the BodySmith space advertising space ideal for retail showroom or personal fitness.” A representative for BodySmith confirmed to us that the gym will not be returning to Glover Park.

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As we predicted, salads and fro-yo are coming to the BodySmith building (2200 Wisconsin Ave.). A representative of Sweetgreen has confirmed as much to Eater DC. The new location will open in November and will have “lots of window seating,” the blog reports.

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We’re hearing that 2200 Wisconsin Ave.—home to BodySmith Training Gym and, since last fall, to large “for rent” banners as well—may soon welcome local fro-yo-and-salad chain Sweetgreen. Nic Jammet, Sweetgreen’s co-owner, confirmed last week to City Paper that he expects to open a Glover Park location, though he added that no papers had yet been signed.

According to one source, the plan is for BodySmith to retain gym space in the building’s basement via a separate entrance, while Sweetgreen inhabits the glass-fronted retail space above.

Neither Jammet nor the owner of BodySmith responded to requests for comment.

UPDATE: A member of the Glover Park listserv writes, “It seems that Sweetgreen is coming at the expense of yoga and boot camp classes at Body+Smith 😦 Body+Smith is closing their front studio space effective Tuesday [July 31] to give the entire space over to Sweetgreen. They will also be creating a side entrance on W Place for their training and spa clients.”


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Local salad and frozen yogurt chain Sweetgreen has registered a limited liability corporation for a shop in Glover Park, according to the City Paper’s Jessica Sidman. Co-owner Nic Jammet told Sidman that no location has been finalized, but the company would like to expand to Glover Park “eventually.” Writes Sidman, “It’s too soon to say when ‘eventually’ might be.”

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