|B||Signed on: Wed 09 May 2007 10:00:05 CDT|
I will eat free samples of cheese and cake at any Whole Foods.
|Kim Kelemen||Signed on: Tue 08 May 2007 12:09:11 CDT|
We desperately need an upscale grocery store in this neighborhood. There are multiple condo buildings under construction, with $500K-$750K condo units. These are all within easy walking distance of the DC USA site. This IS the Whole Foods demographic that is moving into Columbia Heights, and WF would do a fantastic business if it were to open a store in our neighborhood.
|James Weatherly||Signed on: Mon 07 May 2007 19:04:18 CDT|
My wife and I were avid WholeFoods shoppers when living in Clarendon, though since we have moved into Columbia Heights now rarely go becuase it just isn\'t convenient. If one were in the DC USA complex it would once again become our primary grocery (and wine) store.
|Charlie Fink||Signed on: Thu 03 May 2007 12:34:39 CDT|
My wife and I would use Whole Foods many times per week. On weekdays, we use the prepared foods. On Fridays, we buy cheese, snacks, and wine for happy hour. On other weekend nights, we cook, often for friends. As it stands, we go to Giant - the Whole Foods on P street is too crowded.
Get here now!
|Gi-In An||Signed on: Thu 03 May 2007 10:00:12 CDT|
I would use Whole Foods at least three times a week, I promise.
|russell kronick||Signed on: Thu 03 May 2007 08:50:34 CDT|
it\'s simple. i know what i\'m going to buy. if whole foods doesn\'t come to columbia heights, i\'ll shop at giant, harris teater and trader joe\'s.
|Sean Levy||Signed on: Wed 02 May 2007 17:13:26 CDT|
I would walk there and use it once a week. I know a number of other people nearby who would probably also shop there.
|Glenn Fischer||Signed on: Tue 01 May 2007 09:32:41 CDT|
We routinely go to Trader Joes or other \'specialty organic\' food stores in Virginia because there is nothing within walking distance. A Whole Foods at DC USA would be a godsend.
|Katy Molen||Signed on: Mon 30 Apr 2007 16:42:47 CDT|
Whole Foods would be very successful in Columbia Heights. The buyers are already present with the new/large condo complexes going up at Columbia Heights, the metro/bus stop right across the street. The Whole Foods on P street cannot meet the demands of this rapidly growing part of the city. Not to mention that the Giant in Columbia Heights cannot alone meet the demands of the neighborhood.
|David Dominey||Signed on: Sat 28 Apr 2007 08:11:59 CDT|
Whole Foods, yes.
|Marcus Popetz||Signed on: Sat 28 Apr 2007 07:52:14 CDT|
I would spend ~250 a week form my family at whole foods and don\'t own a car so wouldn\'t be using a parking spot. I would do the same for the p street location if it were anywhere near a metro. Don\'t underestimate the metro affect.
|John Parks||Signed on: Thu 26 Apr 2007 18:06:40 CDT|
After much research, I decided to purchase a home in Columbia Heights. Much of the allure was the addition of a Whole Foods within walking distance. I spend a great deal of money on nutritious food and can\'t imagine a day going by where I wouldn\'t walk into this particular Whole Foods store. I know several folks who live near by and the likelihood of the incoming Whole Foods was the thing they gushed upon the most. This is a loyal community that is banding together to express their sincere support for this project. A letter of intent was signed and we hope that the commitment is followed through. As a businessman myself, I can only anticipate a win-win situation if this deal is finalized. Thank you!
|Crista Gibbons||Signed on: Thu 26 Apr 2007 12:05:12 CDT|
I would love to haev a Whole Foods in Columbia Heights. Please reconsider your parking requirements as this is a unique neighborhood, situated on a metro stop with much more pedestrian traffic than your P Street or Tenleytown stores.
|Ernesto Gluecksmann||Signed on: Thu 26 Apr 2007 00:11:51 CDT|
Don\'t be idiots Whole Foods! Back out now and you\'ll kicking yourselves for losing a center space in what\'s quickly becoming the next hottest neighborhood of Washington DC.
|Christina Fairweathe||Signed on: Wed 25 Apr 2007 19:44:27 CDT|
Hope a Whole food comes. I would shop there every week, and go to the salad bar for dinner.
|Steve Holman||Signed on: Wed 25 Apr 2007 08:48:17 CDT|
Please bring a WFM up to Columbia Heights. The neighborhood is booming. I just moved up from the Logan Circle neighborhood and was a regular (almost daily!) customer of the Whole Foods on P Street. I live in walking distance the DCUSA space as do MANY others who would gladly walk there to pick up good prepared foods, cheese, fish, meats, produce and specialty items not available at Giant.
|Francesca Lamanna||Signed on: Wed 25 Apr 2007 03:24:10 CDT|
please come your are going to be welcomed in the community
|Daniele Calabrese||Signed on: Wed 25 Apr 2007 03:22:38 CDT|
Whole foods would be of great benefit for the community in all senses from business, to job opportunities, to security, to quality and overall community growth
|Deepak Marwah||Signed on: Tue 24 Apr 2007 21:00:15 CDT|
Parking won\'t be an issue. Whole foods or a similar establishment would be an appropriate addition to the community.
|Andrea Gacki||Signed on: Tue 24 Apr 2007 13:59:58 CDT|
Please open a store in Columbia Heights! I\'ve been in the neighborhood for several years now, and shop ever more infrequently at the Logan Circle Whole Foods only because the parking and crowds there are such a hassle. I\'d be just one of many who would consistently patronize a Columbia Heights Whole Foods.