The Lululemon Corporation announced Tuesday via its Facebook page that the renovated will reopen June 24.
The store was the scene of a March homicide that left store employee Jayna Murray, 30, dead. Her co-worker Brittany Norwood, 30, in Murray's murder.
"It is with warm and grateful hearts that we are announcing the reopening of our newly renovated Bethesda store on Friday, June 24," the announcement read. "The re-opening will embrace the theme of 'love' in honor of Jayna Murray. More than ever, we remain committed to the people of Bethesda and look forward to continuing to share with this community the same love, passion and grace with which Jayna lived her life."
The store has been shielded in recent months with white fabric bearing the words "Love" in red writing. In the days following the homicide, the storefront became a makeshift memorial of flowers, notes and cards.