This rental is located at 3413 Wisconsin Avenue, Northwest. The listing says:
“PRIME WISCONSIN AVE LOCATION in the heart of CLEVELAND PARK/ CATHEDRAL HEIGHTS, Shops, Restaurants, Giant & Starbucks across the street. ~VERY CLOSED TO AMERICAN UNIVERSITY~ Upgraded, Entire first floor for rent, can be shared with two to three roommates. One and1/2 Bath, washer and dryer in the unit, Front is facing Wisconsin Ave.,IDEAL FOR HOME BUSINESS. One parking from rear entrance.”
This house is located at 3035 Rodman Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“Classic 1920’s Bungalow nestled in parkland w/ all the amenities of Wisc.&Conn Ave NW, and Metro at your doorstep. Inviting front porch welcomes you to this 4BR, 2.5Ba home. Large Foyer opens to LR w/ built-ins,a grand DR w/ views of park, plus a main lvl BR, home office & kitchen. 2nd lvl Master Ste w/ architectural windows, 2nd BR & FBa. LL Rec Rm w/ walk-out to gardens.”
“The current building will close permanently on Saturday, Oct. 8 at 5:30 p.m. Construction will begin shortly thereafter. The new library will open in 2018.”
4340 Connecticut Ave, NW
“The Cleveland Park Neighborhood Library, located at 3310 Connecticut Ave. NW, will be rebuilt. The Library has selected the design/build team of Gilbane and Perkins Eastman for the project, which is currently funded at $19.7 million. The new library, which is nearing the end of the design phase, will be larger to accommodate expanded space for children, teens and adults.
Some of the features of the new building include: (more…)
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, for those who live in this part of North Country, thank God for Nanny O’Briens.
From an email:
“We are kicking off DC Beer Week 2016 with our friends at RAR Brewing! Join us Sunday afternoon September 25 starting at 1pm and enjoy 6 unique brews from this fantastic Maryland brewery. On tap we’ll be featuring recent brewery exclusives like like 1st Meal Breakfast Stout, Albino Shades Pale Ale, Pulp American Pale and Wood’r American Wheat. We’ll also have two exclusive collaboration brews: Walk of Shame Blonde Ale with Aslin Beer Company out of Virginia and Hoof RAR’ted DIPA with Hoof Hearted Brewing out of Ohio the latter is an exclusive to the District for Beer Week! These beers pair perfectly with all of that day’s NFL games on our 7 flatscreens and 2 projectors. A representative will also be on hand around 6pm to talk shop and hand out swag. Hope to see you then and cheers to Maryland beer in DC!
On September 28th come join us for our second On the Wings Wednesday event of the year, this time celebrating DC Beer Week! For this go around our pals in the District DC Brau Brewing Company will be splitting our taps with Delaware’s Dogfish Head Beer starting at 5pm coinciding with our tasty, weekly 50¢ wing special. All beers will be on special for $7 until 10pm with four from Brau including On the Wings of Armageddon DIPA, Oktoberfest, Pils and Nitro Corruption IPA and four from Dogfish including 120 Minute IPA, Punkin Ale, Festina Pesche Berliner Weisse and 60 Minute IPA. Live music from Zachary Cutler and Alison Carney will set the atmosphere while representatives from both breweries will be on hand answering questions and handing out swag. Hope you can come hang with us for the best #WingWednesday of the year!”
“The project will include design and construction including, but not limited to, new playground area, new tennis courts, renovation or replacement of existing soccer fields, new pool and pool house, ADA renovations to site, storm water management, remediation of site drainage, runoff, erosion issues, landscaping, fencing, site furnishings amenities, signage and hardscaping.
Location: Ward 3
Construction Agency – DGS
Design Start date (Park and Pool) – April 2016
Design Completion Date – Winter 2016
Construction Start date – Park – Winter 2017
Construction Completion date – Park – Fall 2017
Construction Start Date -Pool – Fall 2018
Construction Completion Date – Pool Spring 2019”
This rental is located at 2710 Macomb Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“Freshly painted, new floor, tile backsplash & counters in kitchen! 2 blocks to Metro, large Efficiency, nice condition with wood floors, newer windows. Nice sized kitchen with window. Pedestal sink and updates in bath. All utilities included. Great location! Excellent closet. Walk to shops, Metro, movie, restaurant,post office, library, Rock Creek Park. Bright & airy studio in a secure building.”
This house is located at 3024 Macomb Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“OFFERS DUE BY 5PM ON 9.14.16 on This CHARMING Cleveland Park Cottage is NEWLY RENOVATED with a FABULOUS LOCATION. Charm Charm Charm. Original detailing includes a stone FP and lighting fixtures. Sylvan views from large rear terrace. New Kitchen, CAC, LL full bath and BR with separate entrance too.”
“Shots were fired in apartment complex parking lot or Porter Street NW (behind the Quebec house apartments, in the rear parking lot, 2521ish Porter St, NW), then I saw the car hit another car and speed off eventually. Shots were fired on the crosswalk and two cars were in the parking lot. They think the driver was shot in one car that pulled in. When they tried to pull out they hit this car.”
MPD will be releasing more info later but can confirm “Arrests were made and guns recovered”.
Update from MPD:
“The Metropolitan Police Department’s First District announced that multiple suspects have been arrested following shots fired in the 2700 block of Porter Street, Northwest.
On Monday, August 29, 2016, at approximately 2:47 am, Second District officers responded to the 2700 block of Porter Street Northwest for the sounds of gunshots. Upon arrival, officers located several casings at the scene and obtained information regarding a vehicle that was observed fleeing the area. A short time later, an MPD unit from the First District observed a vehicle matching the lookout description traveling northbound in the 3rd Street Tunnel. A brief pursuit followed and when the vehicle stopped, three suspects exited and fled on foot. The suspects were quickly apprehended in the area of the 900 block of New York Avenue, Northwest.
One semi-automatic rifle and two semi-automatic pistols were recovered from the vehicle. Further investigation revealed the vehicle had stolen tags and an altered VIN number.
On Monday, August 29, 2016, First District officers arrested 26-year-old Calvin Donnell Alston of Bowie, MD, 21-year-old Deshawn Williams of Southeast, DC, and 24-year-old Brandon Rose, of Southeast, DC for several offenses including Possession of Unregistered Firearm and Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle.
During the shooting, a vehicle was struck by gunfire. No injuries were reported. The incident remains under investigation.”
Menu Description: Guests can anticipate savory snacks, kebabs, with vegetarian options as well as pork, fish, chicken and beef street food dishes that are easy on the wallet. Standout dishes include: Pathar Gosht, a lamb kebab cooked on a stone oven served over a bed of saffron rice with saffron and cashews, Uttapam, a fermented rice pancake with lentils and shrimp pepper; Bhel Puri, a Bombay seaside snack with raw mangoes, lentils, puffed rice which is sweet and savory, and a wrap, the Kati Roll with Goan Pork.
Wine List: Bindaas offers an international wine list with 60 wines by the bottle and 18 wines by the glass. A variety of Indian beers and whiskey selections will also be available, along with four signature cocktails and two mocktails reflecting the spirits and spices of India.
Capacity: 35 seats in the main dining room and nine seats at the bar. One can also book a reception in the upstairs dining room, which can accommodate up to 40 guests seated. A rooftop patio is also available from April to October (weather permitting), and can accommodate 20 guests seated.
Interior Design: James Beard Foundation’s award-nominated restaurant designer Martin Vahtra of Projects Design Associates of New York is the designer of record for Bindaas. The new interior incorporates new flooring, acoustical tiles, new furnishings and a new art installation mural of street food vendors along with graffiti one would find in India.
According to Martin Vahtra, Bindaas was created as a nod toward Indian street food and culture. The open kitchen has been transformed into a test kitchen for the chefs to create and delight customers with Indian everyday “delicacies” often unavailable in the US and cherished in Indian. Street food in particular does not always mean sitting down for a three-course meal but rather ordering many small dishes, a table full of food ideal for sharing. Casual dinners can be memorable especially when transported to a different country and culture. Food markets give one the smells, flavors and foods of a new place. They offer more authentic experiences than the tourist versions of local dishes in many restaurants. This is the intent of the open kitchen at Bindaas.
The first thing guests notice when they enter Bindaas is the “Indian silk teal” color on the exterior. It is designed with a warm and rich wood wall of rustic reclaimed beams, influenced by Indian screens and shutters. As one turns the corner, they are faced with a custom mural on the feature wall in the restaurant. This piece of art represents Indian graffiti and street life. Furthermore, the restaurant’s new fabrics and paint colors add a punch of jewel tone color to the space. To create soft mood lighting, new custom pendants are being added that are created from baskets, as a nod to the food markets of India. New bar top lights have been installed to create intimacy for the diner at the bar. The back bar has been redesigned with new display shelves to present an exciting layout and distinguish the new restaurant from its sister restaurant next door. The overall outcome is a new contemporary interior that evokes elements of Indian culture without being cliché.”