Friday, December 30, 2016

Value City Furniture moving into Sports Authority space at Montrose Crossing (Photos)

Value City Furniture, the Ohio-based chain, is taking over the vacant Sports Authority space at the Montrose Crossing shopping center in North Bethesda. "Coming Soon" signage has been posted on the storefront, and blueprints and schematics are inside the store for contractors to use while building out store. Timpano Italian Chophouse is also making an exit here, to make way for a new retail building by property owner Federal Realty.

Montrose Crossing is located at the intersection of Montrose Parkway and Rockville Pike.





16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Isn't this in the same mall as Bob's Furniture? Surprising Bob's lease allows a competitor to move in so close.

Anonymous said...

Fucking lame! That development should be demolished.

Anonymous said...

I wondered the same thing.
But Bob's space maybe has a different owner.

Gill said...

Sports Authority was more useful..Too bad they went bankrupt!

Anonymous said...

Quiz time. Name all the furniture stores to occupy the location of Bob's.

I remember Gifford's said...

Anyone remember Herman's sporting goods back in the day?

Anonymous said...

Sticks n stuff

Anonymous said...

Levitz?

Anonymous said...

There goes that center. Crap all of it except Fil-A and Barnes

Skippy said...

Barnes & Noble and Tara Thai are still good tenants.

Sports Authority was ok, but I buy most of my athletic shoes online now.

I was never a Timpano's fan.

Can we bring back Korvette's?

Anonymous said...

Tara Thai is crap, chain Thai food. Barnes is good book store that's about it. That entire center is slated to come down at some point and redeveloped.

Anonymous said...

LOL, let's get rid of Pike and Rose and put Korvette's back in.

Anonymous said...

How elegant, further blurring the lines between Montgomery and P.G. Isn't this the sort of low-rung, welfare outlet that dots the landscape in Bladensburg and Mount Rainier?

Anonymous said...

It sure is. Good point

Anonymous said...

Yay! Because the 10,001 furniture/matress stores already along Rockville Pike clearly isn't enough...

I guess with their shiny new development at Pike & Rose, Federal Realty couldn't care less about the quality of tenants in their centers further up the Pike.

Anonymous said...

1:09 With all the new development and changing demographics in that part of PG, I'll bet you that 15 years from now that the US 1 Corridor between Hyattsville and College Park will have higher quality retail than Rockville Pike (north of Montrose).