Updates when more is known at Department of Labor (200 Constitution Ave NW) and the Capitol.

Update: Readers report lockdown lifted.

eastern market

The listing says:

“Renovated, well-lit Cap Hill English basement apartment, one block from Lincoln Park. Apartment features 1 bedroom and full bath with an open floor plan for the living and dining area. Appliances include range/oven, microwave, dishwasher, garbage disposal, and washer/dryer. Eastern Market or Potomac Avenue Metro stops (Orange/Blue/Silver Lines) are a short walk away, and it’s an easy stroll to the restaurants of Eastern Market and Barracks Row. Safeway and Harris Teeter are also nearby.

No pets. Non-smokers only. Security deposit of 1 month’s rent + a non-refundable $100 move out cleaning fee. Minimum one-year lease.”


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This 800 square foot 1 bed/1 bath is going for $1,575/Mo.

323 11th Street Northeast

This rental is located at 323 11th Street, Northeast. The listing says:

“Spacious 2 BR, 1 BA condo on the lower level & recently updated! Huge living room/Dining area! Shows very well! In convenient location within short commute to Gallaudet University, Union Station, Eastern Market & other iconic Washington landmarks! App Fee $40/Adult. Security Deposit & 1 Month Rent Certified Funds. Include Copies of 1 Month’s Pay Stubs & Drivers License per adult. Available NOW!”


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This 2 bed/1 bath is going for $2,000/Mo.

318 North Carolina Avenue Southeast

This rental is located at 318 North Carolina Avenue, Southeast. The listing says:

“Live & work on the Hill in this One Bedroom, One Bathroom apartment. 5 Minute walk to Capitol South Metro and 10 minute walk to House/Senate Office Buildings. Hardwood floors and decorative fire place give this unit real character. Washer/Dryer in unit”


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This 1 bed/1 bath is going for $2,000/Mo.


Keep a lookout Capitol Hill/H Street/Trinidad/Kingman Park/Hill East. Thanks!

“Dear PoPville,

Last night at 12:20 I had a bicycle stolen. Happened to be coming home during the theft. I drove past my alley and noticed a guy riding a bicycle while “ghost riding” another bike. I thought this was odd so after parking my car decided to enter the house through the alley to ensure everything was ok (at this point I figured he was dumping a stolen bike to come back to or something along those lines). As I get out the car I see him head down 7th st NE towards H st NE, I was a block & half away so I wasn’t able to see the bike frame clearly or anything. Once I get into the alley I notice there was a beater bike dumped, my garage was open & bike gone. Police were called, report was filed and then canvassed the area but I am honestly not expecting a whole lot. It is a very unique bike and I know there are no other identical bikes in the city.

I am training for my first triathlon this summer and this was both my training and race bike.

I’d say the biggest identifying factors is that it’s a DC racing frame (NCVC) and it has a very unique red & black fizik saddle

Should be easily spotted on the street. Efenwick301(at)yahoo.com ”

819 D Street, NE courtesy Urban Pace

From a press release:

“Washington’s latest church-to-condo conversion may be the city’s most awe-inspiring to date. The Sanctuary, located at 819 D Street, NE in the Stanton Park neighborhood of prestigious Capitol Hill, offers 30 distinctive homes carefully designed and built within the stately red brick walls of a 19th-century Gothic Revival church. The building’s meticulous restoration produces incredible spaces with soaring ceilings, monumental windows, and residences that will not be replicated.

The Rubin Group is leading the development team now nearing completion of an 18-month restoration and transformation effort that includes thoughtful preservation of many century-old features, with its partner Regua. Bonstra Haresign Architects is the architect for the renovations; Potomac Construction Group is the general contractor.

The hallmark of this effort is the careful hand restoration of the beautiful stained and leaded glass windows, the building’s defining feature. Pennsylvania craftsmen worked thousands of hours artfully restoring every single stained glass panel to its original splendor.

After five decades on Capitol Hill, The Way of the Cross Church of Christ decided to build a larger campus in Capitol Heights, MD. In order to finance its expansion, the church selected the development team as its partner to restore and transform the building. (more…)

722 9th Street Southeast

Never in a million years would I’ve guessed it looked like this on the inside. This house is located at 722 9th Street, Southeast. The listing says:

“One-of-a-kind Hill home has a 1st floor BR & BA, and boasts over 2,500 sq.ft. on 2 levels. One step at the front door & direct walkout access to backyard. Huge garden, flagstone patio & gated 2-CAR PARKING w/ auto opener. 18′ ceilings in 2-story great room. First floor side-by-side W/D & wood-burning FP. Loft on 2nd floor w/ office & family room. Massive 2nd floor BR has 5 closets! Room 4 Pool.”


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This 2 bed/2 bath is going for $1,150,000.