Saturday, December 17, 2016

Princess Jewelers closing in North Bethesda

After 27 years in North Bethesda, Princess Jewelers is closing at 11520 Rockville Pike, in the Metro Pike Center. "Everything must go," with all items now 50% off in a Going Out of Business sale.

Some items will be as much as 70% off. The sale will run from now through December 31. They'll be open every day except Christmas Day. Their other locations will remain in business after this one closes, according to the store.

B.F. Saul, the owner of Metro Pike Center, has plans to redevelop the property into a mixed-use town center in the coming years.


Anonymous said...

Seriously ? , 3 burgularies in one day
They seemed to go from wildwood manor over old Georgetown to kenwood and across road behind medical center
Every day more home burgularies
In any other city this would be a cause for alarm
I don't see any press on this other than this blogspot
Burgularies in NYC do not go unsolved
This seems to be a burgulary ring
It's very frightening
Where is Bethesda city council Montgomery county police
Time for a GUN!

Anonymous said...

It will be a big embarassment for Roger Berliner if this jewelry store is not replaced!

Anonymous said...

70% off?! I've always wanted to turn a diamond necklace into a string of anal beads - now I can finally afford to do so!

Anonymous said...

"Bethesda city council"