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Pacers Navy Yard (courtesy of Pacers Running)

A specialty running store and retailer opened its second D.C. location today in Navy Yard’s Boilermaker Shops.

Pacers Running newest location is at 300 Tingey St. SE is celebrating its grand opening through this Sunday. The company has five other locations throughout the District and Virginia.

“For several years, we have looked at options to service this great part of the city and are happy to now call Navy Yard home,” CEO Kathy Dalby said in a statement.

The store was designed with elements that honor the historical 1919 Navy Yard building, according to the statement. This includes fixtures salvaged from old Naval ships.

The space itself is more than 2,000 square feet to house apparel, shoes and accessories. It will have training services, a “Run Lab” for gait analysis and will serve as a meeting spot for fun runs on certain weeknights.

The first of these runs is scheduled for tomorrow night as part of the grand opening celebration. A group will run 3 to 5 miles, followed by drinks at neighboring Bluejacket.

Pacers Navy Yard hours are:

  • 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday.
  • 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday.
  • 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.

Photo courtesy of Pacers Running

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(Updated at 7:35 p.m.) A men’s clothing store that specializes in slim-fit dress shirts is moving to Navy Yard.

The company Hugh & Crye will open a shop at The Yards next month, management of the Water Street SE development announced this afternoon.

Hugh & Crye, whose name is a reference to medieval England, tweeted a photo of their empty new location, in which The Yards advertising is papered over the windows.

The menswear company started in Dec. 2009 sells shirts that take into account buyers’ height and build, and start at $75 each. Their website breaks down their offerings into “Shirts for Skinny Guys,” “Shirts for Slim Guys,” “Shirts for Athletic Guys” and “Shirts for Broad Guys.” They operate another store at O Street and Wisconsin Avenue NW in Georgetown.

Hugh & Crye did not immediately respond to an inquiry.

Photos via Twitter/PhilipSoriano and Facebook/Hugh & Crye

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