1618 Corcoran Street Northwest

This house is located at 1618 Corcoran Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Stunning Dupont row home on idyllic Corcoran Street NW. Renovated to the highest standards, this modern classic is an urban dream. Gorgeous open main floor with LR, DR, family room, chef’s caliber kitchen, beautiful outdoor space and PARKING! Three large bedrooms up including a king sized master suite with spa-like bath. Lots of storage, high ceilings, flooded with light. Legal 1 bed apt in LL.”

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You can see more photos here.

This 4 bed/3.5 bath is going for $1,950,000.

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A reader writes:

“As I was walking home from work yesterday along Swann Street NW between 16th and 15th Streets, a cop car drove up slowly next me and yelled ‘Hey Neighbor!’ I looked at the car and there were 2 young-ish looking cops and I replied ‘Are you talking to me?’ and they said ‘Yeah, good looking’ well I continued to keep walking ignoring that idiot remark, shaking my head as I went and could hear them laughing. This was a little too creepy especially for cops (in uniform), and I definitely did not appreciate it. I took photos of their car (which is now parked on Swann Street NW) – see the attached, Kentucky license plates, and it says Richmond. Why are Richmond, Kentucky cops doing here? And why are they being obnoxious? Idiots…”

Ed. Note: This week is police week.”Currently, tens of thousands of law enforcement officers from around the world converge on Washington, DC to participate in a number of planned events which honor those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice.”

OP has written the Richmond, KY police department about this incident as well.

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2032 P Street, NW

More big yoga news this week. Back in Oct. 2013 we learned that Cafe Japone had closed at 2032 P Street, NW. Next up – Unity Woods Dupont Yoga (these signs were taped to the doors):

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Update: thanks to MPinDC for clarifying, “it is a new yoga studio (Dupont Yoga) that will be offering space to a Unity Woods teacher on Saturday mornings.”

Unity Woods’ website says:

“Yoga at Unity Woods is not trendy, but timeless. You may have tried yoga in gyms or in videos. When you are ready for the best in authentic yoga instruction, come try the classes at our three Washington-area locations.

Unity Woods is one of the best known and most widely respected yoga centers in the country. We offer classes for students at all levels in asana (posture) and pranayama (breathing), special courses for targeted needs and interests, workshops with some of the world’s finest teachers, and programs covering various aspects of the science and art of yoga.

At Unity Woods, our purpose is to offer uncompromising, expert yoga instruction to as broad an audience as possible. Our teaching staff is the area’s most experienced, comprised of highly trained, certified instructors who help guide you to improved health, serenity and expanded awareness.

All our classes are based on the teachings of B.K.S. Iyengar. Named by Time magazine as “one of the 100 most influential people in the world.” Mr. Iyengar is widely regarded as the 20th century’s foremost yoga teacher. His approach develops self-awareness through precision in movement and attention to the subtleties of body, breath, mind, and spirit.”

RIP Cafe Japone’s Sumo Wrestler mural:

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1300 Connecticut Ave, NW

Toronto’s The Chickery is coming to the former Black and Orange burger spot (formerly Rogue States) in south Dupont:

“The Chickery is a fast-casual eatery offering real tasty chicken and sides. By only using quality authentic ingredients, we provide delicious food that you can feel good about eating.”

Check out their menu here.

Toronto.com says:

“The Chickery offers a foodie-fied take on classic fast food. The restaurant’s crispy buttermilk chicken fingers are no exception… Battered and fried to perfection!”