Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Nike Factory Store sets opening date at Pike & Rose

Remember my exclusive report that broke the story of Nike replacing City Sports as the retail anchor at Pike & Rose in North Bethesda? Well, now we know when the opening day will be. The Nike Factory Store will open August 18 at the corner of Old Georgetown Road and Grand Park Avenue, right across from Del Frisco's Grille. 

They've also got some Coming Soon signage up in the windows, including the iconic swish logo.

I'll shop for a new pair of Air Jordans, and then head across the street for Cheesesteak Eggrolls.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great addition to the Pike.
Bye bye Sports Authority, hello Nike Store!

Anonymous said...

Nike sells more than Air Jordans you racist pig

Anonymous said...

After the Egg rolls (two words not, not one) I'll be waiting in the garage with Poppy to mug your sorry ass.

Elm said...

7:29am I doubt you'll ever emerge from behind your anonymous screen, even with your imaginary friend Poppy.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous @ 7:30 AM - Does your driver's license say "Elm"?

Elm said...

No, but I'm not the one threatening a journalist.

Anonymous said...

What "threatening" and which "journalist"?

Elm said...

9:15 AM "I'll be waiting in the garage with Poppy to mug your sorry ass"
sounds like a threat to Dyer to me!

Anonymous said...

Probably won't have much luck finding brand new Air Jordans considering this is a factory store and now a Niketown store.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if schools will decrease with new labor opportunities for kids

Anonymous said...

Hey, Dyer liar, I have BREAKING NEWS for your sorry update. This just in, "Virginia slips again among CNBC’s best states for business" IT'S MORIBUND.

Anonymous said...

Still, Virginia is at 13th best and Maryland is wa-a-y down at 30th.
It's also tied for 7th with NJ for worst infrastructure, and 6th in highest ratio of unhappy workers

Anonymous said...

How do Nike Stores and other manufacture branded stores fare here and around? Seems they would have deep pockets to make a go of it, but isn't their clientele pretty similar to the old City Sports?