Thursday, October 14, 2010

North Capitol Main Street Storefront Improvement Program (SIP) moves forward


See this message from North Capitol Main Street:


STOREFRONT IMPROVEMENT PROJECT MOVES FORWARD

NCMS Storefront Improvement Program continues! We have already reported on the Storefront Improvement Program (SIP) improvements made to the exterior of China Dragon, located next door to Windows Café & Market.

By now, you've noticed the recent improvements to the exterior of Bloomingdale Wine & Spirits - new exterior paint color and the installation of new black awnings. Quite an improvement, yes?

Next up is Jam Doung Style, 1726 North Capitol Street NW, Jamaican & American food carryout. Jam Doung is slated to get spruced up with new paint, awnings and trim. All of the businesses in the SIP program have NCMS branding signs in their front windows, advising patrons of their participation in the SIP program.

In addition, more businesses are inquring about the Storefront Improvement Program with Resident Architect, Roxanne Wallace, NCMS board member and Design Committee Chair. Roxanne's leading the organization in assisting other businesses interested in design assistance. Be on the lookout for more improvement.

SIP business participants will be joining us as we commemorate with a Grand Opening celebration for their newest neighbor, Rustik Tavern, on Thursday October 14, 2010 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. Grand Opening Event limited to the First 200 RSVPs -- all taken at this point.

North Capitol Main Street is funded by The DC Department of Small and Local Business Development and is an officially recognized DC Main Street Program.

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