Any idea why all along K Street the lamp posts and traffic poles are being repositioned from their traditional spot along the curb to now being in the middle of the sidewalk? This picture was taken at 15th and K Street, NW.”
Anyone else notice other posts/poles moved from the curb to the middle of the sidewalk?
This house is located at 309 Seaton Place, Northeast. The listing says:
“Porch front rowhouse with high ceiling and period details. Open floor plan. Rear porches integrated into living room area for a large 3 bedrboom home. Insulated windows and doors, radiant heat in a larger than typical Eckington home. Sunny Exposure. Minutes to Metro.Shows well.”
We’ve been going back and forth wondering if Utopia would be reopening on U Street. Sadly the court documents a reader sends in, pictured above, doesn’t look good – updates on the space as more info is learned.
Alleged incident at Petworth Market just north of metro stop
Last night, I went into the store around 10:40pm to get some matches. While standing in line, a man behind me slapped me really hard on the ass, and slinked away with a satisfied, perverted grin. I only saw his side profile. He was young, in his mid 20′s, with a curly high top, and light brown skin.
The man behind the glass was laughing so hard. He apologized, saying, “I’m so sorry to laugh, but in my country, nothing like this ever happens, since I’ve been here, I’ve seen so much crazy shit!” He offered to show the video to the police, but I was so damn mad and humiliated that I just wanted to go home.
My friend told me that a lot of these incidences have been happening to women, so I just wanted to let someone know in case this pervert is serially assaulting random women.
If this man would have slapped me in my face with the same vigor, it would be assault no question. But because he slapped me on my ass, it was funny. I was so shocked that it happened, even I had to laugh a bit. What kind of fetish is this? I mean, it wasn’t like child’s play. He slapped me so hard, my ass was stinging all the way home. And that look on his face… I couldn’t sleep last night because I was so upset.”
“WHAT: City Tap House, the craft beer-focused restaurant located at 901 9th Street, NW, is celebrating Labor Day with an Old Bay Day Party on Monday, September 1st. Those who are unable to escape the city are encouraged to stop by to enjoy unlimited Maryland blue crabs seasoned with Old Bay’s blend of herbs and spices along with jambalaya rice and corn on the cob for $35 per person (beverages, tax and gratuity not included). For the perfect pairing, City Tap House will feature a bottomless bloody mary bar and beer specials including two cask drafts from Sly Fox Brewing Company and Dead Rise Old Bay Summer Ale from Flying Dog Brewery out of Frederick, MD. Prices range from $6 to $12 per draft and $18 for endless bloody marys.
Additionally, guests are encouraged to participate in City Tap House’s Labor Day cornhole tournament, which will be held on the restaurant’s expansive outdoor patio throughout the afternoon. There is no cost to enter, but teams are asked to register by Sunday, August 31st by contacting Liz Gartzke at firstname.lastname@example.org. The winner of the single elimination tournament will receive a gift certificate redeemable to City Tap House.
Following yesterday’s news of the Giant grocery store’s big win comes word of the name of the new Mintwood Place restaurant coming to City Market at O. The original Mintwood Place is in Adams Morgan. Washingtonian reported:
“The previously untitled Shaw restaurant from the Mintwood Place team now has a name: Convivial. Chef Cedric Maupillier says he and co-owner Saied Azali were drawn to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary’s definition of the word: “relating to, occupied with, or fond of feasting, drinking, and good company.”
They also say Convivial, to be located at 801 O Street, NW, hopes to open early next Spring. Stay tuned.
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Featured Property: 3001 N St SE
Legal Subdivision: Hill Crest
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Hill Crest
Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 3 Parking: Drvwy/Off Street Ownership: Fee Simple Original List Price: $420,000.
List Price at Contract: $420,000.
List Date: 6/21/2014
Days on Market: 13 Settled Sales Price: $440,000.
Seller Subsidy: $0.
Settlement Date: 8/1/2014
Bank Owned?: No Short Sale? No
It’s worth taking a look at the comments to the original Good Deal or Not (GDoN) post. For those readers who are perhaps new to the District, note that “EOTR” refers to the property being “East of the River”, specifically on the east side of the Anacostia River, which includes DC Wards 7 and 8.
Even folks who know what “EOTR” means still may not really have a good idea exactly where to find the Hillcrest neighborhood. One might start on Pennsylvania Avenue in Capitol Hill, say around Eastern Market, and head eastward. Just before you head into the PG County suburbs, turn south.
Hillcrest is the community that current DC Mayor Vincent Gray calls home. The neighborhood is known for a range of styles of detached single family houses, from bungalows to colonials to porch front farm houses to four squares. You can see the list of settled sales of detached homes since the beginning of the year here. Sold prices ranged from $125,000. to $599,000. Current active listings range from $119,000 to $649,000.
The listing agent was Leon Williams of Long and Foster Real Estate, Inc. Alex Schindlbeck of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage represented the buyer in this transaction.
“My bike was stolen from in front of my condo building on Thursday sometime. It’s a maroon 3 speed, with orange letters (that look very 1970s) on the middle bar. White handlebar grips. new wire basket on the front. My grandma gave me this bike last year, after keeping it for more than 3 decades (she bought it the year I was born). It’s not a great bike and likely not worth much, but it means a lot to me and it does to them, so I’d love to get it back. Will pay reward with no questions asked.”
The Dupont Five Guys which had a sign [back in March] saying it was temporarily closed for a few months has replaced that sign with a permanently closed sign. Real similar to what happened to the potbelly’s right down the street that is now the Custom Fuel Pizza shop.”
You can talk about whatever is on your mind – quality of life issues, a beautiful tree you spotted, scuttlebutt, or any random questions/thoughts you may have. But please no personal attacks and no need to correct people’s grammar. This is a place to vent and/or celebrate things about daily life in DC.