A year and a half after opening in Fells Point, indie bookstore Greedy Reads is opening a new location in Remington, owner Julia Fleischaker announced on Friday.
The store, in the former home of Twenty 20 Cycling on W. 29th Street, is scheduled to open in time for holiday shopping. The building is also home to Clipper City Crossfit and the Johns Hopkins Fast Forward student incubator space.
The owners of The Dizz are staying put. Last September, Darlene and Thomas L. Basta Jr. listed the restaurant for sale and said they were ready to retire after 10 years of owning the Remington rowhouse bar and eatery.
“We are grateful to our wonderful clients, great employees and the Remington Community,” they said in a statement at the time. “It has been an honor and pleasure serving you and watching our Remington Community grow! We could not have done this without you.”
But now, after an outpouring of support from community members, the Bastas have decided to keep The Dizz.
Come one, come all – and get your fill of holiday cheer at the Brick + Board’s inaugural BRIX-MAS, this Thursday, December 20. The holiday cheer includes beer, great music, good vibes and plenty of wood. Starting at 5pm, this will be a celebration of Brick + Board’s workers, clients, vendors, partners, neighbors, community and city!
Remington Wine Company, an up-market liquor store in a W. 29th Street building owned by Seawall Development, closed for good today, the business posted on Facebook, citing “financial circumstances both beyond our control and of our own making.”