Future Logan Circle location for Salt & Sundry.
Salt & Sundry, the Union Market boutique known for its variety of artisanal offerings with often high price tags, will be opening a second location at The District apartment building on 14th Street this summer.
Salt & Sundry will occupy a retail space at 1401 S Street NW (map) that served briefly as the home to Knot Standard, a custom suit shop. The boutique will join a lineup of retail and restaurants at the 125-unit apartment building, including Doi Moi, Ted’s Bulletin, the bar 2 Birds 1 Stone, and the clothing shops Redeem and Lou Lou.
Salt & Sundry, which The Washington Post’s Tom Sietsema has dubbed “host-gift heaven”, opened at Union Market in late 2012.
UrbanTurf has reached out to Salt & Sundry’s Amanda McClements and Sally Irmer for the exact opening date of the Logan Circle location.
Update: McClements got back to UrbanTurf on an opening timeframe for new location: “We are shooting for a late summer opening. I’ve lived in [Logan Circle] for about 12 years so I’m really looking forward to opening our second S&S here.”
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/salt_and_sundry_to_open_logan_circle_location_this_summer/8354
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