625 H Street N.E

This rental is located at 625 H Street, NE. The Craigslist ad says:

“$1757 / 428ft2 – DC’s Hottest Luxury Apartments ~ANTHOLOGY~ on H St.

Luxury Residences With the Vibe of H Street

This is a Studio, 1 Bath

Anthology. It’s a collection of things. Materials, textures, people, experiences, ideas. And here, it’s your collection. When we decided to create Anthology, we wanted to make something that was more than just a place to live. We wanted to create a community that truly reflects the culture of H Street and makes an effort to be part of the neighborhood, from arts to music to food to all the little things that may go unnoticed but make an experience what it is. That, and be a really, really nice place to live.

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“Dear PoPville,

I thought you might be interested in knowing that the H Street Development Corporation recently announced the end of the Wylie Street Garden. Though this property has been for sale for some time, HSCDC CEO Brewer informed us today that we must vacate, due to a supposed sale of the property in the next few months.”

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13th Street just north of H Street, NE

GARDENERS THIS IS OUR NOTICE TO VACATE WYLIE GARDEN. THANK YOU HSCDC FOR THE USE SINCE 2002 & THANK YOU GARDENERS FOR YOUR EXCELLENT CARE OF PROPERTY & NEIGHBORHOOD BEAUTIFICATION.

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This rental looks like it’s around Florida and 12 Street, NE according to the map on Craigslist:

“$1400 / 1br – Furnished English basement -Utilities included

Live in this furnished english basement in the heart of Capitol Hill. Walking distance to the H street corridor. Available May 1 for $1,400 a month which includes all utilities, 1 year lease; $1,400 security deposit and references required.

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Housing Facts:
Fully furnished
Spacious English Basement
Stainless Steel Appliances
High-Speed Internet
Ceramic Tile Floors
Spacious Closet
Central H/AC
Microwave
Full Size Washer and Dryer
Front and rear entrance
Lots of storage
Non smoking”

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904 H Street, NE

The liquor license placard for Dio says:

“A wine bar that will serve food and alcoholic beverages. Total Occupancy Load of 24 seats.”

Their facebook page says:

“Dio is a natural wine bar with light fare and a hip atmosphere.”

Washington City Paper reported:

“Khoury-Diaz is starting small, literally. Her bar named after Dionysus—the god of wine—is about 900 square feet and will focus on natural wine. The white-hot style of winemaking calls for minimal intervention both out in the field growing the grapes and once the grape juice is being made into wine.”

Updates as they get closer to opening.

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