Dawn Price Baby closed yesterday (Dec. 26) in Reston Town Center — the first of four locations set to shut down.
The baby store has been around for 15 years with two stores in D.C., one in the Mosaic District and the Reston store at 11985 Market Street in Reston Town Center, according to its website.
The stores offered a variety of items for babies and toddlers, including clothing, gear, toys, books and gifts.
“Our store leases have come up for renewal and we have decided to start a new chapter,” Owner Dawn Price posted on the website. “Dawn Price Baby has been one of the most rewarding, challenging and exciting times of my life.”
The Reston store was the first one to close its doors.
The stores in Georgetown and the Mosaic District are set to close before Jan. 31. The Capitol Hill location will close “sometime in the months following the beginning of the year.”
Price wrote that good news may arrive in the future. “We are currently working with a couple interested parties and another baby resource may soon be coming your way,” Price wrote. “Once we have more news, we will share it with you.”
Customers are encouraged to check back on the website in January for updates.
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