Former Weller’s Building Now Offered For Lease

The building at 8237 Fenton St. that formerly housed Weller’s Dry Cleaning is now being marketed for lease, according to a listing on LoopNet.com, a commercial listings site.

The 3,758 sq. ft. building was built in 1960 in the mid-modern style known as Googie. It was designed by Ted Englehardt (1898-1980), founder and first president of the Potomac Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and is considered a rare example of the style.

The building will be delivered as is, empty of any equipment, with working heating and plumbing.

The landlord is asking $12.45 per square foot per year, or about $3,900 a month, and is seeking an initial lease of 18–24 months. The agent for the listing is Hannah McCann of Go Brent Realty.

Weller’s closed in April of this year.

Photo by David Lay

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