NoMa news: Harris Teeter in 2010; Potbelly’s

DCMud brings news from the Constitution Square development adjacent to the New York Ave./Florida Ave Metro Station.

Evidently, signed-leases continue to mount, despite the economic malaise among most commercial real estate, and construction of the exterior is almost complete.

Two new restaurants—Potbelly’s and Constitution Café—will join another coffee house, Tynan Coffee & Tea. Also signed is Georgetown Valet dry cleaners and TD Bank.

Perhaps the biggest news to Eckingtonians is the suggestion by Harris Teeter itself that the grocery store may open as early as November 2010.

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