From DDOT:

“There will be a new two-way traffic pattern implemented on New Hampshire Avenue, between M Street and Washington Circle, starting on or about Tuesday, June 17, 2014.

This traffic pattern change is a key milestone as DDOT moves toward the completion of its New Hampshire Avenue Streetscape Project. The new two-way traffic pattern will help facilitate bike travel on the two new bike lanes along the corridor and improve connections for motorists and local businesses.

Variable Message Signs (VMS) will be in place to advise drivers, cyclists and pedestrians about the change on this corridor from a one-way to two-way traffic pattern. Travelers who frequent this section of New Hampshire Avenue NW are urged to stay alert and use caution in the area.”

DC8353596 - Front of building

This unit is located at 2401 H Street, NW. The listing says:

“Terrific Value & turn-key ready! Beautifully updated & light-filled 2 BR condo in heart of Foggy Bottom. Panoramic windows in LR, DR & larger BR. Remodeled kitchen with new cabinets, SS appliances & granite counters. 24 hr front desk & roof top deck. Condo fee includes all utilities! Location is unbeatable-walk to metro, GWU, State Dept, World Bank, IMF, Trader Joes & Whole Foods!”

You can see more photos here.

This 2 bed/1 bath is going for $419,000 ($922 monthly fee.)


Thanks to a reader for sending:

“I noticed this sculpture that was recently added to the yard at the house at the corner of New Hampshire Ave and I St. NW.

This house has it all – nice garden, interesting sculpture, and a pretty sweet coffee/mojito balcony, too!

I do kind of wonder if the sculpture is some kind of ancient alien rune, though….”

This is part of Arts In Foggy Bottom Biennial Sculpture Exhibition:

“The 2014 exhi­bi­tion, Sculpted: His­to­ries Revealed, will fea­ture 16 con­tem­po­rary sculp­tures by 15 artists, most nation­ally rec­og­nized. This is the fourth iter­a­tion of the award-winning Arts in Foggy Bot­tom out­door sculp­ture exhibit, one of Washington’s lead­ing pro­grams for pre­sent­ing pub­lic art.”

Close ups of the sculpture after the jump. (more…)


“Dear PoPville,

Just wanted to let you know about a fraud case I was involved in earlier today. I met someone from Craigslist at 1pm and purchased two tickets to Friday nights Wizards game. I met the kid at the foggy bottom metro station. As I was walking back to the office, I realized that I had been scammed. So I emailed him from a different email account and pretended to be a different person. He agreed to sell me the exact same tickets that I had just bought. So I called the police and officer G Burgess came and met me. Then we got a plain clothes officer to meet us and they arrested him. The guy is 17 years old and going to be tried as a juvenile. He was taken to juvenile processing.

Apparently, he handed off the $300 I gave him immediately after I paid him. So by the time he was arrested, he didn’t have the money. Here are pictures of what the tickets look like that he sold me.

Someone has now posted a warning message letting people know that they ONLY have electronic tickets to the playoff games and that anyone who tries to sell hard tickets is scamming you.

Craigslist Ads examples (PDF) all from same person.”

Heads up to others buying tickets off Craigslist.

Photo from previous bike ticketing on 11th Street, NW

For the folks who were upset about word of stepped up enforcement with drivers getting ticketed. A reader reports:

“Saw bike ticketing in Foggy Bottom this morning. 23rd & H St. NW. Strict enforcement! Don’t start before light turns green and apparently don’t stop too far over the crosswalk box. As usual $25 tickets. Cops said they will be ticketing all summer, both bikes as well as vehicles for driving recklessly due to high accident rates.”