This house is located at 1309 35th Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“Rare opportunity in Georgetown… Large beautifully restored main house built in 1805 with a separate 2 story carriage house (1 BR + 2BA + office + kitchen and great room), off street parking for 2 cars in ideal location. Lots of windows, 3 FP’s, gorgeous kitchen and baths, sweet porch off MBR , walk ways connecting main house to stunning carriage house. Wonderful G-town cobble stone courtyard.”
“Join the Georgetown Business Improvement District on Tuesday nights at sunset for Georgetown’s 2nd Annual Sunset Cinema outdoor movie series! Grab a blanket, bring a picnic and head to the beautiful Georgetown Waterfront Park to view films with the panoramic backdrop of the sunset, Potomac River and Key Bridge. Running each Tuesday from July 5 through August 2.
Films start at sunset–around 8:30/8:45 p.m. Arrive early to picnic and to get the best seating!
Georgetown Waterfront Park
3000 K St NW”
Tonight food vendors will be:
“Baked & Wired
Dean & DeLuca
Jaco Juice & Taco Bar
Muncheez Food Truck
This house is located at 1622 34th Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“Totally renovated Georgetown townhouse. Top of line Snaidero kitchen cabinets, Miele applicances, heated kitchen floor. Granite countertops, Sub Zero all leading to newly designed back garden with pergola and special plantings with watering system 3 bedrooms up, 3 and 1/2 new baths. Dark wood floors, dining/family room on first floor. Outstanding condition 2396 SQ FT inside 324 sq ft patio”
Umm – umm. Ahhh. Let me see here. Hmmmm. Uhhhh. Let me just share (pun absolutely not intended) the details…
From a press release:
“The Georgetown Business Improvement District is pleased to announce Georgetown ParasolShare, a courtesy program aimed at improving the visitor experience and inviting customers to “Shop Georgetown and Stay Cool,” beginning June 17. The program, the first of its kind, embraces the ever-growing sharing economy and welcomes visitors to use and ‘share’ a custom-branded nylon parasol as they shop, then return it to a participating location as they leave Georgetown. Close to 50 participating stores, restaurants, galleries and hotels across the commercial district from M Street to Wisconsin Avenue, side streets, and along K Street, are participating.
“There’s no doubt about it: in Georgetown, we love our shoppers,” said Joe Sternlieb, Georgetown BID CEO. “By coupling the ParasolShare program with other shopper amenities such as the M Street weekend sidewalk widenings and free weekend Circulator rides, we hope the visitor experience will be as comfortable as possible. This has been a really fun and creative idea for our organization to develop and to bring our community of both local, homegrown merchants and national retailers together. If it’s embraced by the public, we’d love to bring it back next season.” (more…)
“This June, gourmet pizza franchise Paisano’s Pizza will open the first of nine new locations in Washington, D.C. Franchise partners Antoine Chahine, Ron Trowbridge and Daniel Bechara will open the inaugural Paisano’s Pizza D.C. location in Georgetown at 1815 Wisconsin Ave NW. Eight more locations are slated to open in the next 36 months and will feature the delicious pizza, sandwiches, salads, appetizers and more that make up the signature Paisano’s taste. (more…)
Been a minute since I had the opportunity to nominate another unsung hero. Can’t say I’ve seen someone take this shortcut before. Not sure the photos do it justice but that hill is really steep. This connects Rock Creek Parkway to Georgetown.
Ed. Note: I don’t literally think these folks are heroes along the lines of firefighters and emergency responders, apologies if that was not clear. You can see previous nominees here. Should you spot a quiet act of heroism along these lines please do send an email with a brief description and the neighborhood where it was witnessed to [email protected]