Costco is coming to the District
Costco has reached an agreement to open a store in the planned Fort Lincoln development, a major boost to a project that has been stalled by the sluggish economy.
By the end of the week, D.C. Council member Kwame Brown (D-At Large) said Target may also have finalized plans to move into the proposed 375,000-square-foot shopping center.
In 2005, the D.C. Council approved a $10 million loan for the Washington Gateway shopping center. The project is just inside the District line, bound by New York, South Dakota and Eastern avenues.
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-- Tim Craig
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