Wisconsin Avenue Landmark, Eastham’s Exxon, to Close
A nine-story, 145-unit residential building is planned for the site, The Gazette reports.
Washington Property Company hopes to construct a nine-story, 145-unit residential building at the site, and plans are set to go before the Montgomery County Planning Board on Nov. 1, The Gazette added.
The station, located at 7100 Wisconsin Ave., has been operated by the Eastham family since 1929 and has won numerous customer service awards, according to the report.
State Sen. Brian E. Frosh (D-Dist. 16) described the station as a Bethesda “institution.”
“It’s the best service station I’ve ever been to,” he told The Gazette. “They’re honest, they’re quick, and their work is superb.”
Will you miss Eastham’s Exxon? What are your memories of the Wisconsin Avenue landmark? Tell us in the comments.