Monday, February 22, 2016

Hardwood Artisans opening in Bethesda (Photos)

Hardwood Artisans is moving into the old Johnny Rockets space at the corner of Norfolk and St. Elmo Avenues in downtown Bethesda.

The custom wood furnishings retailer has several other area locations, including one in Rockville. It was founded in 1976. Their furniture is handcrafted.

This space was most recently leased by 7770 Norfolk as a sales office, before the condo tower switched back to be rental apartments.





11 comments:

Anonymous said...

This will be a good fit for Bethesda. While we would never have anything they make in our home, their furniture will be great for the kids to take away to college and then just recycle when the semester is over. I wish them the best.

Anonymous said...

Ignoring the tired "entitled" bit above. Buddy...we get it. entitled in your mind only. Move on.

Hardwood Artisans make beautiful furniture. High quality of detail. Hope they do well in Bethesda.

Anonymous said...

Hope they do well but chances of them lasting very long in that spot.....

Anonymous said...

I love Hardwood Artisans but I fear that they won't last long here under Greenhill's regime.

Anonymous said...

5:55 Snotty, 6:47 and 7:19 Doubting Thomas'. This store should do quite well with the influx of new condos.

Anonymous said...

7:53 - what's the over under you would be willing to bet on? Someone will take that action I'm sure. :)

But seriously I do wish they and everyone does well. Sucks to see small business owners (and sometimes even big ones) go out of business. Doesn't do anyone well.

Anonymous said...

Here's hoping they do well, that corner lot building was vacant too long (prior to the 7770 pop-up). But unless that wanker Greenhill stops thinking his properties can command rents has high as Gerogetown then I worry it's only a matter of time before the space is vacant again. It sucks Greenhill is such a toolbag

Anonymous said...

What do you have to show for your life 5:43 am?

Anonymous said...

@8:20 I've started a successful business that employs local Montgomery County residents and contributes greatly to the local economy through the projects I work on and jobs my company helps to create and maintain. What do you have to show for your life other than being a Dyer/Greenhill Fanboy?

Anonymous said...

Ooh 8:20 was burned!!!

Anonymous said...

"HARD WOOD" HURR HURR HURR