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Remington Storefront Challenge
The Greater Remington Improvement Association and its partners, Johns Hopkins University, and Seawall are excited to announce the Remington Storefront Challenge. Up for grabs are two pop-up retail stores right next to R. House, in the heart of the inspiring Remington neighborhood. Challengers will be evaluated and narrowed down by a panel of judges made up of Remington residents, anchor institutions, and local business owners. The two winners will be awarded their new prime retail location for a 12 to 24-month pop-up period, RENT FREE. They will also receive a TENANT IMPROVEMENT ALLOWANCE and technical assistance to help achieve their vision.
Storefront Competition , University-affiliated
GRIA is an independent, resident-based neighborhood association that:provides an inclusive forum for discussion of Remington community issuesfacilitates resident-led initiativesconnects residents to local resourcesconducts advocacy on neighborhood issuesorganizes and provides neighborhood cleaning and greening initiatives, anddirectly supports our neighbors in need through housing services.Through these efforts, GRIA hopes to retain Remington’s diversity, vibrancy, and community connectedness.
Greater Remington Improvement Association (GRIA)
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