“Some poor sap put his computer on the top of his car and drove off. It flew of his car at the intersection of Mass and 6th NW. I picked it up – if you lost your Macbook, let me know! It covered with stickers, in a black case, and had a land survey in the case as well.”
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On 5th St NW and there’s a guy who consistently illegally parks his fancy Jaguar on our block (but never seems to get a ticket!) On my way home I noticed someone put a note on his windshield. In this case well deserved.”
This house is located at 619 12th Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“This 1915 Victorian maintains historic details while offering modern updates. Open layout with separate/distinct living areas are spacious+inviting. Updated kitchen with quartz counters opens to gracious dining room. 3 BR on the upper level & LL with additional rec room, laundry & full updated BA provide space that offers room now & to grow. Deck, patio, yard, parking!”
I recently realized that with the construction going on at Marie Reed, it will likely be closed on Election Day. Any idea on the alternate polling place for voters who are meant to vote there? I tried to find something online but all of the DC websites keep telling me to go to Marie Reed.”
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, for those who live in this part of North Country, thank God for Nanny O’Briens.
From an email:
“We are kicking off DC Beer Week 2016 with our friends at RAR Brewing! Join us Sunday afternoon September 25 starting at 1pm and enjoy 6 unique brews from this fantastic Maryland brewery. On tap we’ll be featuring recent brewery exclusives like like 1st Meal Breakfast Stout, Albino Shades Pale Ale, Pulp American Pale and Wood’r American Wheat. We’ll also have two exclusive collaboration brews: Walk of Shame Blonde Ale with Aslin Beer Company out of Virginia and Hoof RAR’ted DIPA with Hoof Hearted Brewing out of Ohio the latter is an exclusive to the District for Beer Week! These beers pair perfectly with all of that day’s NFL games on our 7 flatscreens and 2 projectors. A representative will also be on hand around 6pm to talk shop and hand out swag. Hope to see you then and cheers to Maryland beer in DC!
On September 28th come join us for our second On the Wings Wednesday event of the year, this time celebrating DC Beer Week! For this go around our pals in the District DC Brau Brewing Company will be splitting our taps with Delaware’s Dogfish Head Beer starting at 5pm coinciding with our tasty, weekly 50¢ wing special. All beers will be on special for $7 until 10pm with four from Brau including On the Wings of Armageddon DIPA, Oktoberfest, Pils and Nitro Corruption IPA and four from Dogfish including 120 Minute IPA, Punkin Ale, Festina Pesche Berliner Weisse and 60 Minute IPA. Live music from Zachary Cutler and Alison Carney will set the atmosphere while representatives from both breweries will be on hand answering questions and handing out swag. Hope you can come hang with us for the best #WingWednesday of the year!”
Suzanne Des Marais is an associate broker with Bediz Group, LLC at Keller Williams Capital Properties . 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 and/or Real Estate Business Intelligence (RBI). Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Featured Property: 1239 Vermont Ave NW #907
Legal Subdivision: Old City #2
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Logan Circle
Bedrooms: 1 (Junior One Bedroom) Baths: 1 Parking: Garage parking available for sale Ownership: condo
Square Footage per listing: 465 Original List Price: $265,000.
List Price at Contract: $265,000.
List Date: 05/21/2016
Days on Market: 75 Settled Sales Price: $290,000.
Seller Subsidy: $3000.
Settlement Date: 09/15/2016
Settled Net Price per Square Foot: $617.
Transaction type: Standard
Crescent Tower, located near Logan Circle at Vermont Ave NW and N St NW, was built in 1964. The ten story pet-friendly building has a total of 133 units. Amenities for the building include a weekday staffed front desk, a roof deck, pool, exercise room, and extra storage. Deeded garage parking is included with some units (and possibly available for purchase for others). Condo fees additionally include electric, heat, air conditioning, and gas (in addition to the usual things covered by condo fees, such as water and trash pick up). (more…)
“eatsa, an unprecedented, fully-automated faster food experience, will open the doors to its first Washington location in D.C.’s bustling business district on K Street (1627 K Street NW) this fall. D.C.’s new eatsa is just steps away from the White House, bringing Washingtonians the brand’s signature, customizable and flavorful bowls — with quinoa at the core — at an unbeatable price point.
“eatsa’s glass cubbies display personalized messages about your order.”
All eatsa bowls start at $6.95 and come in a wide variety of globally-inspired, customizable options, such as the teriyaki Bento Bowl, with edamame, stir-fry quinoa and apple-cabbage slaw and the Burrito Bowl, with guacamole, asada portobello mushrooms and tortilla chips. eatsa also serves coffee, tea and small sides, including fresh fruit and yogurt parfaits. (more…)
“Mayor Muriel Bowser announces events, road closures and security measures related to the grand opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the 19th and newest museum of the Smithsonian Institution.
In honor of the museum opening, Mayor Bowser will attend the dedication ceremony and grand opening on Saturday, September 24. In addition to several events that will be hosted throughout the District to commemorate the opening, the museum will also host Freedom Sounds: A Community Celebration, a three-day free festival taking place on the Washington Monument grounds. The event will include musical performances, spoken word, oral-history activities, storytelling and interactive workshops. The festival will also include concert performances on Saturday from Living Colour, Public Enemy and The Roots. On Sunday, Experience Unlimited, Meshell Ndegeocello and Angelique Kidjo will deliver concert performances. A full schedule will be available on the museum’s website (www.nmaahc.si.edu). (more…)