“Absolutely stunning property right in the heart of DC! Experience this luxury living with 4 spacious rooms, 3 full bathrooms an a fully finished basement. The kitchen at the main level shows gorgeous granite and stainless steel appliances. This property will take your breath away, come see it today!”
Kenyan, you committed to my neighbor on the other side of this property to having this cleaned up last week. She has since reached out on Twitter and you have stopped responding to her.
This garbage has been in this alley for MONTHS behind the north side of Simms Place. The District continues to fail proactive homeowners that want basic services. Multiple 311 requests to Mayor Bowser’s call center have all been closed out as “completed” without any action having been taken.
Not only does that do a disservice in the short-run when trash isn’t picked up, but it cheats reporting. Any honest review of City services can no longer be accurate, closing out these requests so quickly without any action having been taken makes the reporting deceptively prompt and falsely successful. You are setting the Mayor and her administration of services up as a success when in reality nothing is getting done.
The District’s continued neglect of basic services on blocks like this, when residents ask and ask and ask for a fair share of their tax dollars be applied to basic services, is probably why there were multiple shootings in broad daylight on this block last year. Clean up some trash and start enforcing blighted and abandoned buildings. Clean up slums of properties whose landlords have let slide into unsafe and structurally unsound condition.
This is an easy fix!! Can you commit to coming out and getting this pile of trash cleaned up and citing this and very illegally and unsafely kept rental property via DCRA?
Is anyone able to help get this trash moved and this property owner cited? We have given up hope of action from DC 311 and our Council Representative’s office after multiple conventional and unconventional attempts.”
This unit is located at 1302 Childress Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“Super cute condo in a cozy building within walking distance of the H Street Corridor. Cool, calm and convenient, this functional home is enveloped in comfort. The floor plan encompasses two bedrooms and one full bath with a kitchen that flows through to the dining/living room. In-Unit washer/dryer. Only a few steps away from public transportation.”
This house is located at 1125 Oates Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“Full Gut Renovation with tons of natural light. Open Floor Plan. Bamboo floors. New heating, AC, and appliances. Gourmet Kitchen with center island, also comes with built-in wine cooler & rack. French doors off the dining room leading out the rear deck. Built-in audio system. Nest thermostat. Full English Basement. Detached garage in rear built like a fortress! Alarm system paid for 3 years.”
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Featured Property: 1850 L St NE
Legal Subdivision: Trinidad
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Trinidad
Bedrooms: 2 Baths: 1.5 Parking: Driveway/Off Street Ownership: Fee Simple Original List Price: $459,950.
List Price at Contract: $449,950
List Date: 08/26/2016
Days on Market: 47 Settled Sales Price: $451,000.
Seller Subsidy: $0.
Settlement Date: 11/15/2016
Transaction type: Standard
This property was listed prior to Labor Day. Inventory of active listings was seriously low at that moment, and the number of homes newly listed for sale shot up in many neighborhoods across DC the weekend following Labor Day. Buyers were in and out of town over the summer, making the buyer pool somewhat unpredictable. Agents were also reporting that many buyers at that time were waiting to see what new listings would come on the market after Labor Day. (more…)
Fun Run + Yoga + Pop Up Shop sponsored by Summit to Soul (11/12)
Drop off your yoga mat and lace up your running shoes at the 405 YOGA studio at 9am. Following a 1 hour (4-5 mile) run around the neighborhood, get your flow on with a 60 min Power Yoga class at 10:15 am. Don’t forget to drop by early or stay after to check out all of Summit to Soul’s awesome gear for sale at their pop-up shop in the studio from 9-11:30 am.
Power Flow sponsored by Athleta (11/12 at 11:30 am)- raffled gift cards and water bottles for all. FREE
Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) Community Class (11/13 at 11:30 am) FREE
Live Music + Slow Flow + Birthday Cake- the usual slow flow w/ live guitar with the added bonus of Yoga Teacher Training hands on assists and BIRTHDAY CAKE!”
This rental is located at 1721 West Virginia Avenue, Northeast. The listing says:
“Renovated 2 bedroom, 2 bath unit for rent in Trinidad. Open floor plan with spacious living area. Master bedroom gets tons of light. Smaller bedroom is ideal as a guest room, office or den. Washer/dryer in the unit. Hardwood floors throughout. Near Union Market.Parking in the back for an additional $75 a month. $40 application fee and first month’s rent due with application. Vouchers welcomed.”