CVS Pharmacy is planning to open its new store in the Village of Shirlington by the summer of 2020, according to a spokesperson from the shopping center.
The 10,906 square-foot space will be located at the intersection of Campbell Avenue and S. Randolph Street, taking over a temporary women’s clothing boutique and the current Cheesetique space.
As of today (Wednesday), Cheesetique was still open, with two signs on the front of the store announcing it will move down the street to 4024 Campbell Avenue in November, describing the new storefront as “Bigger. Better. Cheesier.”
The clothing store, Sheyla’s Boutique, took over the former Ping by Charlie Chiang’s earlier this year. It is currently advertising a moving out sale, with items offered 50-70% off, per a sign outside the store.
Village of Shirlington owner Federal Realty Investment Trust first announced the plans for the new CVS in March.
CVS then applied for a construction permit in August, per county records.
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