Wednesday, March 6, 2013
The new furniture store takes the place of the former Telegraph Station space.
Joglo House owners Gary Jones said he and his wife Betty will officially open the furniture store this weekend either Friday or Saturday. The Kingstowne couple has received their first shipment of furniture and are ready for the opening. Gary said they'll have an official grand opening in the coming months, but items will be ready for purchase when they open the doors this weekend. Gary and Betty signed the lease in mid-January for the property where Telegraph Station was once located. The furniture store will specialize in Indonesian furniture and artwork. Earlier this year, Gary said solid natural wood furniture and artwork will be sold at Joglo House for reasonable prices, with some of their merchandise priced about 25 to 30 percent …
Thursday, January 17, 2013
The furniture store owners signed the lease last Thursday with Jackson Prentice Real Estate.
Furniture store Joglo House will take the place of the former restaurant and bar Telegraph Station, according to Jackson Prentice of Jackson Prentice Real Estate. Owners Gary Jones and his wife Betty signed the lease for the property last week. The furniture store will specialize in Indonesian furniture and artwork. Solid natural wood furniture and art will be available at Joglo House at reasonable prices, said Gary. The influence for the furniture store offerings comes from the culture where Betty grew up, in Indonesia. The furniture will include bedroom furniture as well as tables and other pieces for the home. Gary said Joglo House's prices will likely be about 25 to 30 percent cheaper than other local furniture stores. Gary and Betty …
Monday, December 17, 2012
Jackson Prentice Real Estate Service receives inquiries about property that used to house a sandwich shop, music venue.
Jackson Prentice Real Estate Service is hoping to have the old Telegraph Station location leased by the end of January, Associate Broker Hannah Traul said Friday. The property is located at the Telegraph Road Shopping Center in the Rose Hill area. Telegraph Station was a coffee and sandwich shop and music venue that opened in 2010 and closed during the week of June 4. The restaurant started promoting and hosting local music acts in late 2011. Other businesses in the shopping center include, Tobacco Shop, Burke & Herbert Bank and Carpet and Flooring Store. Traul said they've received a few inquiries but haven't leased the commercial property yet. According to the website, the property is 2,250 sq. ft. and will be leased for $4,700 a month. …
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
What would you like to see in the vacant storefront at 5735-A Telegraph Road?
This storefront property is located in the Telegraph Road Shopping Center between N. Kings Highway and Franconia Road, and it recently became vacant when the coffee and sandwich shop Telegraph Station closed. Also in the building are Burke and Herbert Bank, C&K Cleaners, Color Flooring and Tobacco Mart. According to the leasing agent's website, the property is 2,250 square feet and is available for $4,700 a month. So what would you like to see move in? Tell us in the comments or take our poll!
Monday, June 11, 2012
Coffee and sandwich shop, music venue opened in 2010 on Telegraph Road in Rose Hill.
Telegraph Station, a coffee and sandwich shop and music venue, has closed. The restaurant, which opened in 2010 in the 5700 block of Telegraph Road, has a 'for lease' sign on its front window. It was a go-to location for area mom's groups, the occasional birthday party and local group meetings. The restaurant started promoting and hosting local music acts in late 2011. A message from the owners in the comments to a Facebook post on the venue's page says, "We gave it our best shot! Thank you for the well wishes, we'll keep everyone posted about the local events, just msg us and we'll put it up — we love our neighborhood!" Telegraph Station was in the same shopping plaza as Tobacco Mart and Burke & Herbert Bank. An armed robbery occured in …
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Keira hopes to raise $25,000 for the Scholarship Fund of Alexandria through the show.
If you stop by Telegraph Station for Keira Moran’s concert this Friday, you could be a part of a new reality show that she and her crew are filming. Keira, a local 17-year-old singer and songwriter, will be producing the reality show with fellow students including Emily Dooley, the show's director. They will film the show, aptly titled “Giving Back,” from this week until June, as part of an ambitious project to raise money for the Scholarship Fund of Alexandria. Cameras will be on Keira as she records a new album and plays live shows in the area and in London over spring break, as well as in Los Angeles, said James Moran, Keira’s father and son of U.S. Rep. Jim Moran (D-8th). Where the show will ultimately broadcast is not yet concrete, …
Friday, December 2, 2011
Photos from Telegraph Station's first ticketed concert.
Telegraph Station Coffee Shop held its first ticketed live concert last night. Singer-songwriter Jonathan Byrd and opening act The Great Unknowns played the in the newly renovated venue. We hope you like the photos!
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Renovations and additions make for small, intimate concert venue.
Telegraph Station Coffee Shop recently underwent a number of renovations and upgrades to accommodate more live music. The restaurant and bar was closed during the week of Thanksgiving to make a few changes, including the addition of booths and new taps behind the bar. Co-owner Dave Wysong said he hoped the changes would allow for ticketed live music events. “Now it’s set up as more of a listening-room type of environment,” Wysong told Patch. “We want to get quality acts and be able to sell tickets.” Telegraph Station acquired the booths from Evening Star Café in Del Ray. Evening Star was undergoing renovations of its own, and Wysong said they no longer had a need for the booths. A small stage has also been installed at the front of …
Thursday, June 2, 2011
Here's what's happening in your community this weekend.
Hearings on BRAC-related Fairfax Connector Changes Backyard Fun Fest for Koinonia Fort Hunt Park Summer Concert Open Mic at Telegraph Station Springfield Days
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Plus live music at two venues, a consignment sale and more
There's a lot going on in your community this weekend. We've put together some of the highlights. Our Special Harbor Grand Opening at Lee District Park Doc Hodges Live at Telegraph Station and Grounded Community Car Wash and Bake Sale at Edison High School Children's Consignment Sale at Telegraph Station Old Town Alexandria Farmers' Market