Three months after it closed, N. Edgewood Street is now open once again.
The street, which connects Clarendon and Wilson boulevards, in front of the Clarendon Whole Foods, can get busy, especially during times when the Whole Foods is busy.
Edgewood Street was closed in June to facilitate construction at the Loft Office at Market Common redevelopment project on the west side of the street. After demolition work earlier this year, construction crews seem to be at work on the frame of the building, which will ultimately be a four-story mix of office and retail space. The expanded and renovated building is expected to reopen in the second quarter of 2020.
N. Edgewood Street reopened earlier this week with a disclaimer from Arlington’s Dept. of Environmental Services saying Whole Foods “has plenty of Beaufort D’Ete. No need to speed.”
A bit late but still: North Edgewood Street is reopen between Clarendon and Wilson amid ongoing construction. Whole Foods has plenty of Beaufort D'Ete. No need to speed. https://t.co/YBBlynIOfT pic.twitter.com/kP20m2aHwR
— Arlington Department of Environmental Services (@ArlingtonDES) September 11, 2019