Wawa Coming to Georgetown

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The popular convenience store chain, Wawa is opening its second DC store in Georgetown in late 2018. The first, at 1111 19th Street NW is expected to open this December. Georgetown's Wawa will be located at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and Prospect Street NW, one block north of M Street.


“We couldn’t be more excited to begin our expansion throughout Washington, D.C., and provide our unique brand of appetizing convenience to so many new customers,” said Brian Schaller, Wawa’s Sr. VP and Chief Real Estate Officer. “By opening stores within the District, we will expand our brand awareness to the 600,000 residents and 700,000 daytime employees, including 200,000 millennials, who live and work in the District. In addition, we are extremely excited to serve the 21 million visitors who travel to Washington, D.C., each year, many of whom are already familiar with Wawa.”



2 Comments For This Article


I love Wawa but not in my 'hood! Georgetown has really gone downhill fast!


More trash on the street from Wawa supporters. We already see 7 Eleven wrappers in our gutters. This is no longer the Georgetown of the Kennedys and Jackie O. Time to move! Don't get me wrong, I love Wawa. I just don't want it in my hood. Better off as a stop on a road trip through NJ!