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Architects Turn A Hair Salon That Used To Be A Bank Back Into A Bank Again


Yesterday the Post's Capital Business section ran a piece on the expansion of the Bank of Georgetown that includes reaching out to places far beyond Georgetown. They have just opened up a branch on Wisconsin Avenue in Chevy Chase and another one is due to open in May in McLean. The architect group for both projects is the team at CORE who have worked on so many varied DC projects recently, so why not throw a bank into the mix. They passed on some before and after shots of the new Chevy Chase branch that had been a bank in the 1950s that was then turned into a hair salon and had to be turned into a bank again. But this time the bank had to have a modern feel so CORE gutted the interior to start from scratch on the 3,450 square feet of space.

· Three months after chairman's death, Bank of Georgetown looks to expand [WaPo]
· CORE [Official Site]
· Bank of Georgetown [Official Site]
· All CORE coverage [CDC]