Live Music at Bluejacket Feat Hippie Control:

“We are proud to announce a new live music series at Bluejacket on the SE Waterfront [300 Tingey St, SE]. We love the space and everyone in it and the only way to make it any better is to add some live music, and that’s exactly what we are doing.

Join us on Friday Feb 6th for a night of live music from Lamont Bagfeel and Hippie Control, they are an incredible R&B and Neo-Soul live act that inspires hope, honesty and a true passion for love.

There will be no cover charge or dress code, just lots of love, good music, good people and good times and let’s not forget lots and lots of amazing beer.

Music will start at 10 so grab your spot early and get ready for a great night in a place you know and love.”


Hipchickindc is a licensed real estate broker. She is the founder of 10 Square Team and is affiliated with Keller Williams Capital Properties. 10 Square Team is a popville.com advertiser. 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: 303 K St SE
Legal Subdivision: Old City #1
Advertised Subdivision per Listing: Old City #1
Bedrooms: 2 Baths: 2 Parking: Driveway Basement: Fully Finished with rear entrance Ownership: Fee Simple
Original List Price: $675,000. (Originally marketed in 2013 at $776,900.)
List Price at Contract: $574,999.
List Date: 8/23/2014 (Originally listed in October 2013)
Days on Market: 168 (three total attempts at marketing since 2013, so actually more overall)
Settled Sales Price: $560,000.
Seller Subsidy: $10,000.
Settlement Date: 1/30/2015
Bank Owned?: No Short Sale? No Estate: No

Original GDoN post is: here.

The original listing can be seen here: here.

There seemed to be some shifting going on in the DC real estate market last year, with slowing seen in some areas. Even so, it has been rare on Good Deal or Not Revisited posts to see such a significant reduction from the original price, or as much of an accrual of days on market.

Recent sales of houses in this immediate area just south of the SE/SW Freeway and not far from Nats Stadium range from $435,000. to $905,000.

With mortgage interest at sub 4% rates, there are buyers out everywhere. Coupled with extremely tight active listing inventory, it looks like it is going to be another competitive, fast paced Spring market.

The listing agent for this sale was Sadig Anwar with Fairfax Realty, Inc. The property was originally listed with another agent. CJ Davis with Long and Foster Real Estate, Inc. represented the buyer in this transaction.

Tingey Street SE

From a press release:

“The growing collection of distinctive local and regional restaurants and retailers that are joining The Yards has just taken a significant step forward with the announcement that the renowned, DC-born and based menswear purveyor, Hugh & Crye, will open in March at The Yards. The announcement was made today by Forest City Washington, the master developer of The Yards, a major, urban mixed-use redevelopment project growing in the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood of DC.

Bringing its high quality custom-fit and ready-to-wear collection of menswear and accessories to The Yards is the latest step in the impressive growth of this distinctive menswear retailer which was founded in DC’s Shaw neighborhood in late 2009 primarily as an online retailer (hughandcrye.com).

The new 2,858 SF Hugh & Crye shop will be located in the Boilermaker Shops, the former Navy Yard industrial building on Tingey Street SE between Third and Fourth Sts. SE in The Yards which also houses several other retailers and restaurants, including Bluejacket and Willie’s. Hugh & Crye is the first clothing retailer to open at The Yards. (more…)


Well this is a bummer. USS Barry was awesome. On Monday JD Land shared the sad news:

“The Navy is announcing today that it has decided to remove the (former) USS Barry from its longtime home along the banks of the Anacostia River at the Washington Navy Yard.”

Announcement about the USS Barry from the Navy below:

USS Barry Removal Letter (PDF)

It will be removed before October – get a glimpse while you still can next time you’re at Yards Park.

1015 Half Street, SE

Here’s where the, beloved by many, Bonchon is coming to in Navy Yard. The liquor license placard says:

“Full service restaurant. Seating for 150 patrons, total occupancy load of 200 and sidewalk café with 80 seats.

Coming this Spring:


Check out Bonchon’s menu here.


Not too far from Nationals Park:



New Jersey and K St, SE via Google street view

From an email:

“Same partnership group as Southern Hospitality (SoHo) in Adams Morgan will be opening Scarlet Oak. We have hired a new Exec. Chef for both SoHo and Scarlet Oak he previously worked at Red Hen and Proof – there will be some carry-over from the new SoHo menu. We will have specialty cocktails, a large wine and beer selection. We are located on the corner of New Jersey Ave. & K Street SE (Capital Yards). Planning on having 100 seats in the dining room and 75 on large outdoor patio. We should be opening by mid-May.”

Photo by PoPville flickr user washingtonydc

From a press release:

“WHAT: Washington Nationals fans will have a chance to run for office when they tryout to become one of the Racing Presidents on Sunday, January 25 at the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy.

Candidates looking to fill the shoes of George, Tom, Abe, Teddy and Bill have been invited to the Youth Baseball Academy to perform a freestyle dance, run a 40-yard dash and participate in two President Races from center field to the home dugout. In addition, each applicant will also be required to answer questions from a panel of Nationals entertainment staff members.

Racing hopefuls were pre-selected from a pool of applicants who previously submitted their cover letter and resume. Participation in the tryout is by invitation only and not open to the public. Tryouts will take place regardless of weather conditions.

Developed in 2006, the award-winning Racing Presidents are 12-foot oversized mascots who compete in the GEICO Presidents Race during the fourth inning of every Nationals home game. The popular figures can be seen promoting the team and its community efforts at Nationals Park and around the Washington region. For more information on the Racing Presidents, visit nationals.com/racingpresidents.

WHEN: Sunday, January 25, 2015
8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

WHERE: Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy
3675 Ely Place SE, Washington, DC 20019″


From Facebook:

Laser Cat is coming to Washington, D.C. at The Yards!

8:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Live Music by DJ Eric Hilton of Thievery Corporation

8:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Live Music by Kill Cooper and Dave Glass of Hungry Castle

FREE ADMISSION / RSVP: http://www.lasercat.eventbrite.com/

Laser Cat is a gigantic feline-shaped art installation that projects creative work crowd-sourced from around the world through its laser-beam eyes. Yes, you read that right: cool imagery, giant inflatable cat, laser beams. Founded by Hungry Castle, the Barcelona-based creative duo whose projects blend fashion and public art have made a global impression. Watch the video: feedlasercat.com

Sponsored by The Yards DC and Washington Project for the Arts with the support of The JBG Companies

To see your work projected across the night sky by a cat the size of a small building, submit it here: feedlasercat.com

The event will be held at the Historic Mill Building at the corner of 3rd and Tingey St. SE at The Yards. Closest metro station is Navy Yard-Ballpark (Green Line)”

Ed. Note: God dang it – I’m old…

⚡️ Laser Cat Brooklyn ⚡️ from Hungry Castle on Vimeo.