This unit is located at 1000 New Jersey Avenue, Southeast. The listing says:
“Sun-filled luxury 1 Br 1 BA w floor to ceiling windows in Navy Yard. Unit feat: a great pvt balcony w city views. Open kit w SS appl & granite counters. Bldg feat: fitness cntr, indoor pool, hot tub, Rec Rm w plasma TV& 24 hr secure frnt dsk. Dog park, playground across St. Block 2 Metro, Harris Teeter, shopping, dining & entertainment. U/M ~142k – Buyer need mortgage only ~182k! Taxes inc in fee!”
“Forest City Washington is pleased to announce The Juice Laundry, founded in Charlottesville, Virginia, will be joining the line-up at The Yards this spring—the all- organic, vegan and gluten-free juice bar and raw-food kitchen’s first location outside its home market.
The Juice Laundry owners Mike and Sarah Keenan have signed for an 1,800-square-foot space on the ground level of Arris, Forest City’s newest apartment community at 1331 Fourth St. SE. Launched as a juice delivery service in 2013, The Juice Laundry opened its first brick-and-mortar location near University of Virginia last year and now operates a satellite location at a cycling studio.
“Expanding into in Washington, D.C., provides us with an exciting opportunity to connect with a new community of people interested in exploring a holistic approach to wellness and healthy living,” the Keenans said.
The Juice Laundry menu features cold-pressed juices, nut milks, smoothies, acai smoothie bowls and soups, using only whole foods.
To celebrate its upcoming location at The Yards and introduce the Washington market to its organic, vegan and gluten-free experience, The Juice Laundry will open a pop-up shop this Friday and Saturday, Dec. 2 and 3, at Steadfast Supply, a collective retail space at the Arris that supports the local creative community in D.C. (more…)
“I have no idea how it happened, but someone managed to flip their car on a narrow street in the Navy Yard neighborhood around 10:30pm tonight. The block has stop signs on either end, so this is quite a feat.
As you can see in the attached photo, the roof was cut off; there was apparently a person trapped inside. The street was closed for about an hour and after the car was towed away, the broken glass and scattered possessions were swept into a pile by the curb. Since this block doesn’t have street sweeping, I wonder how long it will stay there.”
DC Fire and EMS reported:
“Accident with entrap 3rd & K St. SE. 1 trapped. Does not appear seriously injured.”
“Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s Homicide Branch have announced the arrests of two suspects involved in separate homicide incidents that occurred on Sunday, November 27, 2016.
“When tragedy strikes there is no more necessary and effective way to bring justice than to find, arrest, convict, and imprison those who do not value human life,” said Mayor Muriel Bowser. “I want to thank the public who came forward with information and the members of the Metropolitan Police Department who worked on these cases. We, as a city, will not let criminals get away with senselessly taking innocent lives, nor will we ever accept this type of violence as normal.”
600 block of L Street, Southeast on Sunday, November 27, 2016:
At approximately 12:44 pm, members of the First District heard the Sounds of Gunshots in the area of the listed location. Upon arrival, members located an adult male and an adult female suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. The female victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. The male victim was transported to a local hospital where all lifesaving efforts failed and he was pronounced dead.
The decedent has been identified as 27-year-old Anthony Young, of Southeast, DC.
On Monday, November 28, 2016, 31-year-old Babajide Pittman was arrested and charged with Second Degree Murder while Armed and Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (Gun). (more…)
“MRP Realty, developers of commercial, residential, and mixed-use real estate across the Washington Metropolitan region, and FRP Development Corporation announced today the opening of an interactive public plaza at Dock 79 in the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood. Nearly 30 tons of steel were used to create the space’s eight-foot wide, 100-foot long ribbon-like archway that is both above and under the plaza. The plaza also includes four wooden chess tables, four steel umpire chairs, concrete ping pong tables and a playful water feature. It is located on the eastside of the development adjacent to restaurant tenants The Salt Line and All-Purpose Pizzeria. (more…)
“Due to the decision by WMATA General Manager Paul Wiedefeld to keep Metro closed at its regular time tonight, the District of Columbia is stepping up to provide alternative transit options in preparation for game five of the National League Division Series between the Washington Nationals and the Los Angeles Dodgers and encouraging creative, resilient Nationals fans* to plan ahead for their return trips.
Below are transportation options from Nationals Park. (more…)
“Metro SafeTrack maintenance is an extremely important initiative that will hopefully improve the safety of the Washington DC public rail system which has been in disrepair for years. The residents of DC, Maryland, and Virginia; as well as millions of visitors to the area have dealt with the disruption that systematic closures to rail lines have incurred. These closures are a necessary inconvenience to reduce the number of, and impact of accidents surrounding the Metro system. However in the coming weeks, the Washington Nationals will be entering the playoffs for the third time in their brief history. (more…)