This rental is located at 1910 Park Road, Northwest. The listing says:
“Located in Historic Mt. Pleasant. Spacious garden Apt w/700 sqft. 8 ft ceilings. Great afternoon sun. Large living-room, eat-in kitchen. Washer/Dryer. Wireless. Off-street parking. Bus lines at corner. Easy walk to Red and Green Metro lines. Minutes from walking/biking/running in Rock Creak Park. Close walk to U St and Adams Morgan. Rent includes all gas. Ideal space for comfortable urban living.”
“The driver of this Capitol Paving dump truck snagged a street tree leaning out over 19th Street in Mount Pleasant. Then, instead of getting out to find out why her truck wasn’t moving, she just stuck it into low gear and let ‘er rip. And down came the Norway Maple at the corner of 19th and Lamont.”
Thanks to all who tweeted the new projection in Mount Pleasant last night. In related news – another reader emails “Subway has added security cameras”. Although maybe those are mini projectors and Subway just plans on fighting fire with fire?
Hipchickindc is a licensed real estate broker. She is the President of 10 Square Real Estate. Unless specifically noted, neither she nor the company that she is affiliated with represented any of the parties or were directly involved in the transaction reported below. Unless otherwise noted, the source of information is Metropolitan Regional Information Systems (MRIS), which is the local multiple listing system. Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Featured Property: 1661 Park Rd NW #402
Legal Subdivision: Mount Pleasant
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Mount Pleasant
Bedrooms: 1 Baths: 1 Parking: Street Ownership: Condo
Monthly condo fee: $308.00
Square footage: 525 Original List Price: $269,000.
List Price at Contract: $269,000.
List Date: 04/17/2015
Days on Market: 26 Settled Sales Price: $269,000.
Seller Subsidy: $8,070.
Settled Price per square foot: $512.38
Settlement Date: 06/11/2015
Transaction type: Standard
Located at Park Rd NW near 16th St NW, the Lynnbrook condos were built in 1925. The twenty eight units range in size from 402 to 831 square feet. The common areas of the building have retained the historic finishes and character.
Prior to 2001, it was possible to purchase a unit in this building for less than $100,000. The lowest reported price in the Lynnbrook was nearly twenty years ago in 1997, at $11,500., which was negotiated down from a list price of $13,000., clearly during very different real estate market conditions.
There are no current active listings in the building. A 568 square foot one bedroom that was listed for $315,000. is under contract after seven days on the market.
In the immediate area, there is only one active condo listing west of 16th Street, and several listings on the east side, including some newly renovated units. You can see the listings here.
The listing agents for this sale were Steven Dean and Eddie Rangel with RE/MAX Allegiance. Jennifer Myers with Dwell Residential Brokerage represented the buyer in this transaction.
“In the early morning hours of Sunday May 17th, tires were slashed on numerous vehicles in the Mt. Pleasant Street area. Based on video footage recovered from several buildings, 4D officers and detectives were able to identify a suspect. An arrest warrant was obtained today and 4D officers located the suspect placing him under arrest. The suspect is identified as 19 year-old Walter Portillo of the 1300 block of Kenyon Street, NW.”
I recently moved to Mt. Pleasant (yay!). We’ve quickly come to realize that on a daily basis, sometimes early in the morning, other times just during a day, a man is walking down the street singing as loud as he can, top of his lungs type of thing, the whole way. He’s usually singing in Spanish, which I speak, but I haven’t been able to make out exactly what it is he’s singing. I’ve heard him at random times of day, 8 am, 5pm, you name it.
I’m all for self expression but he seems keenly apt on making as much noise as possible. He’s not doing anything illegal (as far as I understand) and it’s not like he sits outside of our building yelling all day. I’m more just curious if anyone knows the back story to our neighborhood serenader.”