Thought I would send this in for your terrible/interesting parking job series. This person parks his/her bike like this every single day. Taking up a lot of the limited bike rack space near the office. Near Fed.Center SW Metro. I’d politely say something to her/him if we were there at the same time, but we’ve yet to cross paths! “
“On today’s date, at approximately 1:45 am, MPD officers responded to the sounds of gunshots in the unit block of N Street, SW. Upon arrival, multiple victims were found suffering from gunshot wounds. The victims were transported to area hospitals, all with non-life threatening injuries.
Anyone with information about this case is asked to call the police at 202-727-9099 or 1-888-919-2746. Anonymous information may be submitted to the department’s TEXT TIP LINE by text messaging 50411. Additionally, remember to call 911 if you observe suspicious persons or activity.”
“At approximately 10:55 pm, members of the First District responded to 401 M Street, SW, for a possible robbery of the Safeway store. Upon arrival, MPDC officers observed a suspicious male who they attempted to stop. The subject fled the scene on foot with the officers in pursuit. The subject dropped a bag containing US Currency and was subsequently stopped and placed under arrest on N Street, SW, where a pistol was also recovered. First District Detectives are continuing to investigate the crime.”
This rental is located at 1101 3rd Street, Southwest. The listing says:
“Beautiful cozy condo in SW DC! Newly renovated, laminate floors, freshly painted with updated appliances. Common areas include exercise room, bicycle storage and laundry area. Steps away to the new Safeway and Metro half block away. Parking available for $95.00 a month. Only minutes to Nationals Stadium, Waterfront and Navy Yard.”
“Today at approximately 12:25 pm MPD responded to the sounds of gunshots in the unit block of P Street, SW. Upon their arrival they located a female victim who had been shot in her lower extremities. The injuries are non-life threatening. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call the police at 202-727-9099 or 1-888-919-2746. Anonymous information may be submitted to the department’s TEXT TIP LINE by text messaging 50411. Additionally, remember to call 911 if you observe suspicious persons or activity”
This townhouse is located at 375 O Street, Southwest. The listing says:
“OPEN SUN 7/20, 1-3pm! Renovated 3BR/1.5BA River Park townhome. Enjoy urban living w/ excellent amenities in the middle of the booming SW Waterfront. Open + contemporary. Stunning kitchen w/ stainless steel appliances + granite counter tops! Generously sized BRs. Finished basement perfect for rec room. Private backyard patio. Parking available for rent. Walk to Metro!”
“PN Hoffman (PNH), a developer of urban mixed-use properties and communities across the Washington Metropolitan Area, announced today its plans to redevelop the St Augustine’s Church site in Southwest next to The Wharf project providing a new Church facing Maine Ave. and an adjoining condominium building of 108 units.
Across from Arena Stage, the newly created condo residences called 600 Water Street will adjoin an expansive new park overlooking the water. The 105,000 square foot residential building will consist of four floors plus generous penthouses with terraces. The residences include 94 parking spaces below grade, and will feature a variety of amenities, such as a residents’ club room equipped with a bar and kitchen, and a landscaped courtyard with fountains. Proximity to the waterfront and the series of restaurants and entertainment venues now under construction at The Wharf will provide neighborhood amenities.
“We are excited about working with the Church to reposition it for generations to come and creating new luxury residences for The Wharf neighborhood,” said Monty Hoffman, founder and CEO of PNH. “These residences will join the well-established and desirable Southwest neighborhood embracing a new and serene 3.5-acre park setting adjacent to the water. This neighborhood will enjoy an easy stroll along the shoreline to the more activated community of the Wharf between 7th Street and the timeless Fish Market.”
Construction on 600 Water Street is expected to take 20 months, with permits expected by late July. Sales are expected to begin in the second quarter of 2015.”
“In two weeks, D.C. United fans, supporters and community groups have their first opportunity to tell the city council that it’s time to build A STADIUM FOR ALL. As the World Cup kicks off an exciting summer of soccer, the time is now to let the D.C. Council know you support building a new stadium.
We hope you will take time to register your support at this important hearing to UniteDC to bring A STADIUM FOR ALL! The hearing will be held in the Council Hearing Room on the 5th Floor of John A. Wilson Building located at 1350 Pennsylvania Ave. NW.
You can see the new renderings for the stadium here: