14th and R St, NW
A very intriguing tip:
Any fans of Azumi and/or Wit & Wisdom?
7th and Q St, NW
From a press release:
“As summer approaches, so do more opportunities to enjoy the outdoor bar and restaurant Dacha Beer Garden in the Shaw neighborhood. Owners Ilya Alter and Dmitri Chekaldin, along with General Manager and Chef Michal Matejczuk, are debuting their new brunch menu this weekend, Saturday, May 30 and Sunday, May 31 – opening at 10:00am – an hour earlier than most brunch establishments in DC. (more…)
2621 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Macintyre’s looks ready to open any day now in the former Taste of India space on Connecticut Ave.
A friend of mine lost her sweet dog George when he jumped from her car window on May 23 between 4 and 4:30pm. Any help finding him would be appreciated! The route she took was Brandywine St – 46th NW – Mass Ave – Nebraska Ave – Foxhall – Key Bridge – 29 – I-66 W to exit 69 in Falls Church. He could have escaped anywhere alone that route and my friend is desperate to find him. His microchip number is 4C26226956. Call 202-500-6332 with any information. Could you post his info to help get the word out?”
Hipchickindc is a licensed real estate broker. She is the President of 10 Square Real Estate. Unless specifically noted, neither she nor the company that she is affiliated with represented any of the parties or were directly involved in the transaction reported below. Unless otherwise noted, the source of information is Metropolitan Regional Information Systems (MRIS), which is the local multiple listing system. Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Featured Property: 3902 14th St NW Unit 419
Legal Subdivision: Columbia Heights
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Columbia Heights
Bedrooms: 1 Baths: 1 Parking: Assigned Ownership: Condo
Monthly condo fee: $370.33
Square footage: 728
Original List Price: $299,990.
List Price at Contract: $299,990.
List Date: 04/06/2015
Days on Market: 8
Settled Sales Price: $311,000.
Seller Subsidy: $9,330.
Settled Price per square foot: $414.
Settlement Date: 05/08/2015
Transaction type: Standard
Original GDoN post is: here.
The original listing can be seen here: here.
The featured unit is located in the Randolph Towers Condominium, which had been a rental building since the early 1930’s, that began selling as condo ownership in 2009. The sales website remains active so you can still see the floor plans, etc. The condo association includes the addresses 3900 and 3902 14th St NW, and the large building is situated between Randolph and Shepherd Streets NW.
The price point for these updated homes is attractive to buyers and there has been a good amount of sales activity so far in 2015. This is the 6th sale in Randolph Towers since the beginning of 2015 and there are currently 3 units under contract. There are no current actives listed.
With the exception of a 475 square foot studio that sold at $169,900., all of the one and two bedroom units sold this year priced in the $300,000’s. As recently as 2013, prices were trending in the low $200,000’s, and increased into the high $200,000’s in 2014.
The listing agent for this sale was Daniel McDade with Long and Foster Real Estate, Inc. Mark Rutstein with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage represented the buyer in this transaction.
“Jamyra Gallmon, 21, of Washington, D.C., pled guilty today to a charge of second-degree murder while armed for the Feb. 9, 2015 murder of David Messerschmitt in a robbery at a downtown Washington hotel, announced Acting U.S. Attorney
Vincent H. Cohen, Jr. and Cathy L. Lanier, Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD).
Gallmon pled guilty in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. The plea, which is contingent upon the Court’s approval, calls for a sentence between 18 and 25 years.
Also today, a co-defendant, Dominique Johnson, 19, also of Washington, D.C., pled guilty to a charge of conspiracy to commit robbery for her role in events on the day of the crime. Johnson faces a statutory maximum of five years in prison.
The Honorable Michael Ryan scheduled sentencing for both defendants to take place on Aug. 14, 2015. (more…)
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“This is Baby. She’s 15-years-old. She was born in Kentucky; she’s been all the way to Chicago; then we lived in Omaha, almost all our life; and they we come back all the way from Florida. She’s been in 14 different states.
They won’t let [Baby] in the shelter. I’m stubborn. I’ve had this dog a long time, and I’m not gonna give the dog up. The shelter ain’t worth that much to me. I can survive without the shelter. I’m a country boy. I can skin a rabbit. I don’t need their shelter. I can go out in the woods and build me a fire and camp out like Daniel Boone. I’m from the Mountains. We was raised hard. Our everyday life growing up wasn’t much better than this.”
Author’s note: He stays around McPherson Square park. He doesn’t stay at a shelter because they won’t allow pets.
Photo by PoPville flickr user wolfpackWX
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Thanks to David for emailing the shot above from last night.
From the New Hill East listserv Thursday:
“I wanted to send thanks out to the amazing people who chased down a robber at Lincoln Park this afternoon.
A woman with a very young baby in a carrier had her wallet and phone snatched. The thief took off across the park, pursued by at least 2 people on foot. Confronted by another pedestrian outside P&C Market where the first pursuers caught up to him, he handed over the things he had stolen. He then tried to get away with the young woman he had originally been walking with. At that point a jogger with a dog accosted him and kept him company until the police arrived and took him into custody.
With all the recent assaults and fear in the air, and as someone who wasn’t quite sure what to do when a crime was playing out just across the street, it was inspiring to witness the fearless tenacity of some of our neighbors. Thank you!”