Streetsense 4600 E West Hwy, Bethesda, MD20814 Streetsense is a real estate consulting company that assists retailers and companies in improving their businesses.…More Streetsense specializes in retail consulting, where it helps design and refine brands and products so that they are marketable and ready for sale. It also helps in the architecture and leasing process of properties, and assists retailers in picking out ideal locations for their business. Retail, development, design, and real estate are the areas in which Streetsense is equipped in helping its customers.
Edens & Avant 7200 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda, MD20814 In 1967, Joe Edens opened his first "necessity retailers," where one could conveniently purchase all of their food…More necessities in Columbia, South Carolina. Today Edens andAvant owns retail property all along the East Coast. Today it plans, constructs and maintains commercial properties in both urban and suburban communities.
W H Smith Retail 1 Bethesda Metro Ctr, Bethesda, MD20814 Located inside the Hyatt Hotel, this small retail store carries every day needs, primarily for the residents of the…More hotel. The souvenir shop offers snacks, accessories, and stationery materials, as well as some collectible items for tourists. It employs a small, friendly staff in a quiet atmosphere.
The Shops at Wisconsin Place 5310 Western Ave., Chevy Chase, MD20815 The Shops at Wisconsin Place is a shopping center. It features a Bloomingdale's, a Whole Foods market and a variety of…More other retail shops and restaurants.
Located at the center of the mall on the second floor, you'll find this Apple store, with its namesake fruit on the…More big, silver sign. Here, you can get help with your Apple products, but it's best to first make an appointment. Customer service is available until close, but the last appointment with a tech (aka Genius) is at 7:45pm. The blue-shirted employees will show you where to sign in.
To the right, you'll find every possible accessory for Apple products, including bags, cases, speakers and headphones. To the left, a plethora of software programs and networking cables is displayed.