Speculation on the exterior architecture of the future Georgetown (DC) retail store appears to be over, as the removal of scaffolding has revealed a tall, two-story red-brick structure with four upper-level windows. Black netting still covers the ground-level façade, but it is also be red-brick, with a single opening for a large display window. Both adjacent retail buildings are brick construction, but painted white. However, several other stores along Wisconsin Avenue NW do have red-brick façades. The store is among several to feature a new interior design, possibly including trees under a skylight as depicted in some versions of this store’s architectural plans presented to the District zoning board. The store will open mid-summer.Thanks to Arturo for this May 24th photo of the future store.