Creamery, Vet Hospital, Linens Store Coming to Hine Development

Stanton Announced the Leases for the North Building

(Photo: Trickling Spring Creamery)

Ice cream, a veterinary hospital and a home linens store are coming to the North Building of the Hine Project redevelopment on the 700 block Pennsylvania Avenue SE, Stanton Development announced April 28.

The project signed the leases for each of the new tenants—Trickling Springs Creamery, District Veterinary Hospital and Antiochia—and expect to have the spaces open by the late fall in 2017.

  • District Veterinary Hospital will run in a 5,000-square-foot space for dogs and cats with several veterinarians. They currently run a hospital at 3748 10th St. NE. The business is owned by Hill Rag contributor and Capitol Hill resident Dr. Dan Teich.
  • Trickling Spring Creamery will operate in an 800-square-foot space. The creamery is based in Chambersburg, Pa., and currently has a small ice cream and dairy products booth in Union Market. They offer organic, non-GMO desserts like milkshakes, ice cream, floats and more; grass-fed milk; yogurt; cheese; cartons of ice cream to take home.
  • Antiochia will run in a 700-square-foot space. The store is a mother, daughter and best friend owned operation that sells hand-woven, natural-material towels and linens from Turkey.  

Stanton expects to announce more leases for retail operations in the near future. 


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