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Tony & Joes and Nick's Commit to the Washington Harbour

After the April flood, the future of many of the Washington Harbour businesses has been in question.

Tony & Joe's and Nick's Riverside Grille restaurants will continue to occupy the Georgetown waterfront for years to come; both have reportedly signed a new 15-year contract with MRP Realty. An devastated many of the businesses at the Washington Harbour complex.

Greg Casten owned three waterfront businesses, , and Cabanas; all three were severely damaged during the April flood. In August, that Cabanas would likely not return, but he was working on long-term leases with MRP.

Since that time and renovations to the waterfront complex.

As Casten told Patch previously, the devastating spring flood is now “an opportunity to start it new.”

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