Busboys and Poets Headed to Brookland

  • December 3, 2013

by UrbanTurf Staff

Busboys and Poets Headed to Brookland: Figure 1
Rendering of Monroe Street Market

A new branch of Busboys and Poets will open in Brookland’s Monroe Street Market next year, UrbanTurf has learned.

The restaurant will occupy 7,400 square feet at the new development and open in the fall of 2014. It will be the sixth Busboys location to open in the area.

Monroe Street Market is a $200 million development that will bring residential, retail and artist studio space to Brookland. Located on Catholic University’s south campus, the 8.9 acre plot, bounded on the north side by Michigan Avenue, is located on five city blocks adjacent to the Brookland-CUA Metro. When complete, the community will consist of 718 residential units, 45 townhomes, 80,000 square feet of street-level retail, 15,000 square feet of artist studio space, a community arts center, and 850 underground parking spaces.

Busboys and Poets had been rumored to be coming to Monroe Street Market for some time, but today’s report was the first confirmation. Busboys will join Barnes and Noble, Potbelly, &Pizza, and a restaurant from the owners of Meridian Pint at the new project.

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