Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Salvation Army Family Store moves out in Rockville

The Salvation Army Family Store at 1590 Rockville Pike has permanently closed. Most thrift stores in the region had temporarily closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, including this one. But this store has now entirely moved out.

This retail center is going to be demolished to make way for the BF Saul Twinbrook Quarter development, which will be anchored by a Wegmans grocery store. BF Saul had wanted to break ground in the first quarter of this year.

9 comments:

  1. Damn shame, I loved that store.Shopped there a couple times a week and always found really great items. Sad.

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  2. The redevelopment can't come soon enough! Twinbrook is about to be put on the map; Wegmans is going to be a huge regional draw.

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  3. Wegmans is another very expensive high end store which is not necessary with Whole Foods less than a mile away.also Fresh Market right across the street is a great store and Aldis is also right across the street.

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    1. This development is set to have 1400 apartments....so yes it's needed.

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    2. You've never been to a Wegmans, clearly, if you think it's akin to Whole Foods (or Aldi) in any way.

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  4. They're moving to White Flint...

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  5. Who is moving to White Flint?

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    1. The Salvation Army store

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    2. Oh well if Salvation Army is moving to White Flint thats good.I thought they had closed down this store in Rockville completely.

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