“Superbly renovated 2br/2BA 2nd level condo in Adams Morgan located blocks from Dupont Circle & Columbia Heights. Amenities incl kitchen w/ granite countertops, beautiful dark wood cabinets, all stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, handsome fireplace in well apportioned open floor plan. It is the embodiment of comfortable, stylish, urban living.”
“Z-Kabob is opening soon where Snap used to be at 2475 18th Street, NW. Signage for Z-Kabob was erected last week at 2475 18th St NW. This appears to be the same Z-Kabob already found in four locations across Maryland and Virginia. If that is indeed the case, they’ll be offering a halal menu with meat kabobs, haleem, biryanis, and more, including some vegetarian options.”
“A privately keyed elevator opens to this spectacular 3,000 sqft corner duplex penthouse w/ 1,650 sqft of outdoor space. 18’6″‘ ceilings & walls of windows yield endless south facing views from main rooms including monument & Capitol. Glistening marble floors. Top-of-the line finishes throughout. Wrap around balcony/ roof deck. Exceptionally private. Low fees. 2 car gar prkg.”
“The Death of Ulysses – a series of works depicting the fantastical world inspired by Homer’s epic poems, The Iliad and The Odyssey. My solo show will open on Friday, March 14th, and will take place at the Hierarchy Gallery, located at 1841 Columbia Road, NW.”
I live in the Chalfonte on Argonne place and around 4am [Saturday], there were police crawling all over the outside and inside of the building. Anyone hear anything about this? Kind of unnerving to have 2 cops posted on every floor of where I live!”
I’m not quite sure what was going on with this little guy, but he was alone. I saw him/her sniffing around the corner of Champlain and Kalorama around 9:15am. I tried to get close, but he or she was very timid. I tried for awhile then they let out a bark and I walked away. They had 2 tags on, so appears to be a pet.”
UPDATE from twitter: “that’s Maybell. She recently moved to Champlain from Swann and she’s fine – I called her owner. They were unloading more stuff. She’s home. Never actually lost – she loves snow and is very independent”
Back in October 2013 we noted the old Ontario Theatre was completely demolished. You can have a look at the rendering for future condos here. You can read an awesome history about the Ontario Theatre from Streets of Washington here. And check out a photo from 1994 here.
“Introducing Ontario 17, a new community located in one of the District’s most dynamic neighborhoods: Adams Morgan.
Ontario 17 features 80 luxury condominiums and 9,000 square feet of ground floor retail space along Columbia Road. Just minutes from the Woodley Park -Zoo/Adams Morgan and Columbia Heights Metro Stations.”
More big development news for Adams Morgan – yesterday the Post’s @OConnellPostbiz tweeted:
“Kettler buys 1711 Florida Avenue N.W in Adams Morgan (brick garage behind Marie Reed elem). To become…luxury apartments”
In addition to a garage 1711 Florida Ave is also currently home to Planet Pet.
From a press release:
Kettler, one of greater Washington, D.C.’s leading real estate development and property management companies, announced today that it has purchased 1711 Florida Avenue N.W. in Washington D.C. for an undisclosed amount.
“We view the purchase of this property as an exceptional opportunity to further Kettler’s commitment to multifamily development in core locations throughout the metropolitan Washington area. Adams Morgan is a unique neighborhood and we look forward to working with the District of Columbia and the surrounding community to deliver an attractive development that meets the needs of the market,” said Asheel Shah, senior vice president of Real Estate Investments for Kettler.
In addition to the Florida Avenue site, Kettler will expand its presence in the city this summer, by unveiling its new brand of apartments with the opening of m.flats Mount Vernon Triangle, located at 450 K Street N.W. Washington D.C.
m.flats is a milestone project for Kettler as the company aims to attract apartment dwellers who want to live in transit-oriented communities that are amenity-rich, efficiently designed yet offer high-end units. The m.flats brand will offer studios, one and two-bedroom units, as well as common areas that encourage residents to gather.