A Ribbon Cutting Makes News
MAYOR BOWSER, CITY LEADERS TO SPOTLIGHT
D.C.’S GOLDEN TRIANGLE AT TINY JEWEL BOX RIBBON CUTTING
WASHINGTON, D.C. — City leaders will gather Friday morning to not only cut the ribbon for a longtime Washington institution that has expanded, but they will also shine a spotlight on the retail strength of the surrounding neighborhood.
Mayor Muriel Bowser, Chairman of the Council of District of Columbia Phil Mendelson and Council Member Jack Evans will join customers, friends and employees of Tiny Jewel Box to cut the ribbon on its expanded location on Connecticut Avenue.
The event will also serve as an opportunity to explain how in one year the two blocks surrounding the store have become the core of retail growth in this Golden Triangle neighborhood (www.goldentriangledc.com), featuring everything from established retailers to innovative restaurant concepts.
Near Tiny Jewel Box on Connecticut Avenue, CorePower Yoga and Cava Grill are finalizing construction and plan to open soon. Francesca’s and The Little Beet opened within the last two months, while H&M, &pizza, and PURE Aveda all opened within the last year.
Brooks Brothers completely remodeled their store last year, Gap recently renewed their lease, and T-Mobile moved within the BID, all showing continued investment in the neighborhood.
Ribbon cutting for Tiny Jewel Box and celebration of strength of retail in the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District
Mayor Muriel Bowser
Chairman of the Council of District of Columbia Phil Mendelson
Council Member Jack Evans
Golden Triangle Executive Director Leona Agouridis
Tiny Jewel Box CEO Jim Rosenheim
Tiny Jewel Box President Matthew Rosenheim
In front of Tiny Jewel Box at 1155 Connecticut Ave., NW
Fri., Dec. 4
10:00–10:30 a.m. followed by refreshments and tours