From around the DMV (D.C., Maryland, Virginia) area comes the latest business news and announcements. Health Warrior, which produces products using chia seeds, signed a lease to move into a 2,200-square-foot office in Scott’s Addition. Asian eatery My Noodle is moving into the old Cellar Door location at 1600 Monument Ave., according to restaurant owner Somporn Kiatsuranon. Cook-Out purchased a former Wells Fargo branch at 4300 S. Laburnum Ave. near the Shops at White Oak Village. Arcuri, the Glover Park restaurant taking over the former Kavanagh's space at 2400 Wisconsin Avenue NW, will have a soft opening later this week and a grand opening June 22. Retired NBA player Gheorghe Mureșan, Mason District Supervisor Penny Gross and the Washington Wizards cheerleaders helped Collector's World, formerly Ron's Collectors World, celebrate its grand re-opening Saturday.
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